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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ii I i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 1 ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT I VOL XXX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 14 1906 12 Pales NO 35 II CREAM ALE LIKE BEER J+ ML Contains More Alcohol Says 1 i j hilysis Made In Louisville Recently By Chemist VtoLATERSTOBE PROSECUTED 5 s Tie sampled of beverages sold by CIo erpOrt and West Point firms as ICream of Hope and other mislead ing Jtfunei aria analyzed through the ewe of commonwealths attorney LayaMa and county attorney Boyd Skew agent a half percent more of aJeohdl than ordinary beer The analysis was made by the Louis vlKe Testing Labaratory and develops ttwt these drip ks contain from about i1U to 4f percent of alcohol Indictments will be returned and the parties who hanale the stuff prosecnt f fox violation of law fiMr layman has also procured ar ample bottle of Malt Barley which ls being solo at Vine Grove and will have it anlyzed jThiA is the way to brake up the illegal business carried on by those who seek to bvadb the lawand we are glad that we have officials who have the 0onrage to enforce the law Elizabeth town News REMANDED TO STATE COURTS Ise Caleb Powers CaseUnited states Supreme Court Wont f Act On It i NION WAS UNANIMOUS lWashington March 12Iu an opin S4 by Justice Harlan the Supreme lort this afternoon held that there was nothing snown in the case of Caleb Powers which warrants the Fed Court taking charge of it 11 easels remanded to the State and Powers will be tried for the fourth time in the court in which tike was three times convicted as an ac eM80ry before the fact of the murder it William Goebel The decision was Ir r p nimous 1TilE TAYLOR PARDON t4 V In discussing the case at length Jus tice Harlan indicated tnat after the final adjudication of the case it might come to the Federal courts upon a writ of enor it the tight of the defendant should be denied Justice Harlan said that the qustion of the valadity of the Taylor pardon could not be considered by the court here at this time as even if the pardon was valid that rAd not beg round for transfer under on 041 l Revival flay 1 JDhe annual revival meeting of the MJE church will begin May 1 The aaelatant to Rev B M Carrie the pMfor has not been announced Spring MedicineTh- ere is no other season when good medicine Is so much needed as in tho Spring The blood is impure weak and- Irtipovorieheda condition indicated by pimples and other eruptions on tho tale and body by deficient vitality loci of appetite lack of strength and wait of animation Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Make the blood pure vigorous and rich create appetite give vitality strength and animation and euro all eruptions Have the whole family begin to take them today N Hoods Sarsaparllla has been used in ually for some time and always with results Last spring I was all run and got a bottle ot It and as usual red great benefit Miss BIULAH Lowe vt s Sarsaparllla promises t id keeps the promise t x TO BEGIN WORK ON NEW ReRe By SprlnfBut Little Trouble In Securing RightofWay- Over Entire Route CONSTRUCTION BIDS INVITED George WFeagan chiet engineer of the Madisonville Hartford and Eastern Railroad was here Thursday says the Madisonville Hustler for the purpose of making his last trip over the proposed route Mr Feagan after making the tour will invite responsible construe tion companies to bid on the construction work and it is the belief thatIt will be but a short time until the contracts are all let and the actual work of construction underway H H Holeman one of the prime movers in the movement to build the road is more than pleased with the pIOi gees that Is being made and made the statement Thursday that tho road was assured When the company first began to take up tights of way it was predict ed that many people over whose land the road passed would bitterly oppose giving the company a rightofway Mr Holeman said Thursday that ho had experi need but little trouble in closing the deals for the rightofway over practically the entire route He does not think there will be a single instance in which the company will be forced to go to court with condemna tion proceedings The rightofway is now almost virtually complete and there will be nothing in the way when the contracts are let and the work of construction commence- sIt is hoped by the promoters to have everything in readiness to commence work early in the spring AtfllCiCd Who Rheumatism 4I was and am yet afflicted with rheumatism says Mr J C Bayne editor of the Herald Addington In dian Territory bat thanks to Cham berlains Pain Balm am able once more to attend to business It is the best of liniments If troubled with rheumatism give Pain Balm a trial and you are certain to be more than pleased with the prompt relief which it affords One application relieves the pain For sale by Short Haynes Oloverport Shellman Tipped For Treasurer Frankfort Ky March 2liever a legislative session closes without leav- Ing as a result of its sitting numerous of its members who pleased with a brief time at the capital would like to come back for four years service in one of tne other of the State Departments and the present session is to fur nish no exception The record which Ed H Shellman of BrecKenridge county made as chairman of the Ap propriations Committee in slUing tightly upon the lid in the matter of the bills proposing to carry money out of the State Treasury until it became apparant that the revenues of the Com monwealtb are to be increased has caused many of his friends to pat him upon the each and ask him if he would not like to become Treasurer of the State Such suggestion makes a fellow feel good and It has haa this effect upon the genial gentleman from Breokernidge He is in the banking business at home so is fitted to assume the duties of Treasurer even of a big State and likes very much the small tasto he has had of public life Additional Irvlngton The Reading club will meet with Mrs W J Piggott Friday March Prcgram as follows Charles Kingsley a sketch by MISs Marshall Hypatia Plan and purpose of the book by Rev E W Graves Reading The Laura by Mrs R B McGlothlan Record of last meeting MSs R M JollyThe W F M S of the Methodist church will hold an open meeting on next Saobath evening at 780 oclock Rev Paul Bagbys sermon last Sab bath from the text The wages of sin Isdeath was earnest and forceful Rev Bagbv is a youg man of great promise With our pulpits filled by three strong capable men as Rev Ban by Rev Roe and Rev Graves a fine year tall of good work should be the re cord In our community Miss BeverljfyCain went to Clover port on a business trip Monday M PROMINENT FAM ILIES UNITED Coleman Stith Wedding at Sul phur Wells Last Wednesday March 7 WILL RESIDE AT EKRON os Ekron Ky March 13Thl mam age of Miss Mabel Coleman to Dr a B Stith was solemnized March 7 at the home of the bride Mr W D Cole man at Sulphur Wells In the presence of a number of friends and I relatives the ceremony was performed by Rev Geo D Prin tics of Lexington The wedding march was played by the brides sister Mrs Harry Smith The bride was beautifully gowned in white sllkt The groom wore black Refreshments were served which added much to this beau tiful home wedding Many valuable and handsome presents were received Miss ColemAn possesses many rare accomplishments She was one of tne best educators in the county Dr Stith Is a well known physician here We extend congratulations and glaaly receive them as neighbors and citizens of Ekron Torture Dy SaVages Speaking of the tortne to which some of the savage tribes in the Phiill pines subject their captives reminds me of the intense suffering I ecdnred for three months from Infiamation of the Kidneys says W M Sherman of Cushing Me Nothing helped me until I tried Electric Bitters three bottles of which completely cured me to Cubres Liver Complaint Dys pesia Blooa disoraeis and Malaria j and restores the weak and nervous to robust health Guaranteed by Short Haynes druggist Price 50c Air and Mrs Younger Entertain Mr and Mrs James S Younger entertained at live oclock course dinner Sunday at their home in the East End Covers were laid for Rev and Mrs B M COrrie Prof and Mrs 7 P King Mrs Lucy Younger Has Pneumonia- Mr Ben McCoy of Bewleyville is very sick with pneumonia One would thinK the Laxative idea in a cough syrup should have been advanced long before it was It seems the only rational remedy for Coughs and Colds would be to move the bow els and clean the mucous membranes of the throat and lungs at the same time Kennedy Laxative Honey and Tar does this it is the Original Laxa tive Cough Syrup the best known remedy for Coughs Colds Croup Whooping Cough etc Tastes good and harmless Sold by all druggists Uncle Charley Miller Dead Uncle Charley Miller colored of Glendeane died Monday Mar G He suffered a long time with tne dropsy During his illness he was cared for by Mr JC Mattingly and friends Uncle Charley was a peaceful man a lover of children a good citi zen and liked by both white and color ed He leaves a daughter and brotner to mourn his death Notes of Interest Root Slack Jr of Owensboro died Sunday morning as a I result of heart disease He was known here Susan B Anthony of Rochester N Y an ardent advocate of woman Buff erage died at her home Tuesday morn ing Lilborn Smith nas returned home trom the Cincinnati Art Arcademy at CincinnatiThe I Chas Blanfordof Bowley vUleand his sister Mrs Richardson of Vine Grove attended the tuneral of their sister Mrs Willie Calbert who died nt her home near Lowisport Thursday morning P E Dnthsohke Holt was in town last Wednesday The Kentucky Hoube killed the Sen ate bill to exemrt 000 and making GO per centof wages subject to execution or garnishment A bill passed in the Kentucky House to alllcw Carter county to vote off a section makes Beckham county a possibility The Senate passed a bill requiring Kentucky life insurance companies to keep on deposit with the State Tren after securities equal in amount tdthe cash value of their policies TO ORGANIZECANNERY At Ekron is Purpose of Meeting To be Held there Next Mon day March 19 FARMERS REQUESTED TO COME Ekron Ky NOTIUEThe people of Meade county sro requested to meet at Ekron on Monday March 10 atone oclock for the ptfrpoae of j organiz ing a canning factory Farmers this is to your interest as the factory uses all Kinds of vegetables and traits leav ing actual cash results at your home The President of the company and also Mr A B Slaughter will be present A C Cronch FARMERS MEETING Wo are informed from the headquart era of the American Society of Equity at Indlanopolis Ind that a meeting will be held at Greenville Ky April 10th ana 17th 1000 to organize a torn tonal union of said society This is a farmers oganization and its chief object is to secure profitable prices for all farm cropsto raise prices when tney are too low and to maintain them when equitable It is the original advocate of Controlled Marketing by farmers to compel fair prices and it claims a large degree of the credit for the revolution that has been worked In marketing crops the last few years and which is responsible for the better prices for crops that have prevailed March 1st it called ji striae ot the grain Droducers against the declining prices and has prepared a circular con taming figures and facts showing why armers should striKe and a strong argument why they can win This circular is before ns and tbs figures are itrnly revelations They show that a tow million bushels ot grain called Visible Supply which is rtally a temporary surplus influence the price on hnudreds or thousands of millions ofbushels representing the farmers total crop It Is contended that a little more control by farmers will eliminate this Visible Supply or keep it very small when prices can be made right and kept right The arguments presented in this cir oulur are the strongest arraignment against the old system of price making Ly speculation we have ever seen A general invitation to all farmers is extended all members of the society are urged to attend and Local Unions are expected to send delegates TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY Tuko LAXATIVE HROMO Quinine Tablets Drupelsts refund mosey It It falls to euro E W UKOVESslRnaturo Is on each box 25c Another Star Added Washington Macrh 9Thls evening the senate passed the bill for the ad mission of a new state to be called Ok lahoma and composed of the territory of Okahoma and Indian territory It is the house joint statehood bill with all the provisions relating to Arizona and New Mexico sticken out The motion to striKe out was made by Mr Burrows and carried oy a vote cf 37 to 35 afrer having been lost by a vote of 35 to 30- Ontario is made the temporary seat of government League Debate Friday Night The EpwDrth League debate which was to have been given Friday night March 0 will be given next Friday night March 10 Postponement was caused by bad weather Tho subject as heretofore announced will be Re solved that the lady should take the leading part in courtship The de bates are the same as previously an nounced Members of the League are invited Sultan Immensly Pleased All the men wounded in the recent battle with the outlaw Moro band are reported to be in a favorable condi tion Jolo is quiet and the Sultan is reported as saving that he is immense ly pleased over the extermination of the 000 outlaws Seventeen privates of the American Army were kilted dA 6t TODJAYou Hava Always Boughtt DmthaCE J Buckwheat Cakestt made with Roya Baking Powderi a Are delicious andwholesomea perfect cold weather breakfast food Made in the morning no yeast no set ting over night never sour never cause in digestionTo make a perfect buckwheat cake and a thousand other dainty dishes see the Royal Baker and Pastry Cook Mailed free to anyaddress ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK HON BEN JOHNSON CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS SKETCH OF HIS LIFE AND PURPOSES Hon Ben Johnson present State Senator from Nelson county and the next Congressional Representative trom the Fourth district of Kentucky Tne withdrawal of HonD HSnnth from the contest is formally announced in a letter read at a meeting of the Fourth district Congressional Com mittee held at the Old Inn in Louis ville Feb 10 called for tne purpose of determining the time place and manner of selecting the Democrati- standard bearer in the next Congress ional race and also the withdrawal of several other pronounced or prospective candidates virtually assures Mr John son a clear track and a walkover fo the nomination This is a well merited compliment tto one of tne worthiest and most descry tug Democrats the Fourth district ever produced The nslessness of op position to Mr Johnsons candidacy was to a large extent evidenced by the unanimity with which the various county Chairmen attending tne meet ing delcared their perference for him brrlng only county men should any such announce in the future No ono deserves this compliment more tnnn Mr Johnson or could re flect more honor and credit to the dis trict in the high position be will be called upon soon to fill A natural loader ot men by skill and training learned we might almost say matured in the gamo of politics brilliant in ielectnally cool and level headed In times of excitement or danger as in the quiet hours of ease and cpmfort for more than a quarter of a century his advice has been sought and obtain ed in all matters concerning the wel fare of his patty and in everv close contest his voice has been raised and heard in support of Democratic prince plea He nas been the recipient of high honor heretofore at the hands of tho Democratic party and in every in stance has proved worthy of the trust conferredHis aa u member of the Ken tucky House of Representatives to which he was first elected for the sess ion of 1885 86as speaker of that body during the following term 188788 as Colector of Internal Revenue for the Fifth Revenue district of Kentucky to which he was appionted by Presi dent Cleveland in 1893 and served tillI 1807 His records in the present session of the State Senate are all before theI public and are ae an o pen book Bar ing all those years of public service hi record has been so nlean and clear from frand or semblance of wrong doin that the hand of calumny has never The Carlton Sale The Carlton sale near Rosetta last Thursday was well attended by men women and babies There must have been a hundred women there and a fourth as many babies from 0 tc 10 months They were all fine looking healthy little tots and it would have done President Roosevelts soul goo to have seen them There is ono thing certain no signs of race suicide even dared assail it His honesty of purpose and integrity have never been questionedl In these times when graft chicanery and double dealing so olten mar the character of public servants such a record is one to be indeed proud of Coupled with Ben Johnsons purity of character is snottier element the people especially Democrats love and admire that ia firmness ana positlvenos You can Ifche is for u measure or a men be is always openly so and it usually takes but a short time to find out how he stands A stand once taken on any im withrbin This marked firmness of char acter whilst it may have made him a few enemies has named nis friends leigon who always rally at his call and have never failed to hour his banner to victory Tao samo success in November is now tully assured Ben Johnson began his political i career by serving as a page in the State Senate at the session in 1872 3 when quite a small boy and frow that time has been a close student and ob serVer as well as usually an active par ticipant in Kentucky politics and his tory The knowledge and experience so acquired admirably equips him for the campaign on which he will soon enterAs soon as the present session of the Legislature is over it Is Mr Johnsons purpose and intention to enter upon an active canvass of the district and in tad various counties where a warm welcome awaits him After he has been formally declared tho nominee which will be in4Iay as now seems certain he will thon bo ready to meet any opponent the Repullcans gay see fit to place in the field against him Those who know his cleanclear logical style of oratory have no fears as to the 1 result Ho will hoar the Democratic standard to victory and no Democrats will ever have cause to regret their choice in that contest Whilst Mr Johnson is so thoroughly equipped politically to fill the high po bitlon to which ho will be chosen he is eqnaly qualified to fill the same socially Easy graceful and selt posesaed personally he will be ably assisted by a charming wife three lovely and ac complished daughters just merging into womanhood all of whom are musi clans of the highest order and vulture They will add to the reputation and wellsestablished in Washington society and Kentuckygful city in that community It was a fine sale everything brought good prices and sold quickly Dave Henry was the auctioneer and says it was the best sale bo has cried in a long time Mr Carlton and his family are very popular in that community and they hate to sea them leave The farm was sold to R M Dowell for hasdsold the Ben Hardin purchased recently of W C Kasey for 2050 r 4J5p1I SJ JvrF J i iJ tr EMOV CRITTENDENS ADDRESS At Great HomeComing Meeting in LouisvilleRefers to His Native Town Cloverport And Says GOD BLESS THE LITTLE TOWN The following address was madet By ExGovTom Crittonden of Missouri formerly of Cloverport before the great HomeComing meeting at the Gait House in Louisville on Tues day night of last wEek I heard tho address tonight of Judge Sims with peculiar pleasure It almost made me feel sorry or regretful that I ever left the State of Kentucky to go even to as great a State as Miss ouri which is or has been truly termed The Elder Daughter of this State but at the same time whilst It produced this feeling of sadness that- I departed trom its limits manymany many years ago it has fully compen sated me far having done so when I come back hero tonight and witness the scene that has stirred inv very heart and soul to the very bottom And then I see BO many Kentuckians so many citizens of the State assembl ed here with the view of adopting some plan or plans by which to wel come its wandering sons and daugh ters who have gone from its midst some twenty some thirty somo fifty ana some sixty years ago When I was coming hereI have a halfbrother at whose house I am stayipgas u gUESt I suppose a free guest and ho said I want to give you a piece of ad vice before you go to that meeting Dont talk too much about Kontncsy I said What Are you going to have me get up before that splendid audi ence of peoplo Kentuckians and have me talK about everything but Ken tacky Speaks For Kentucky What would you think of minister who would get up and preach every thing but Uod and Christ and Him uiuoifiedY What would you think of a young man falling in love with a handsome Kentucky lady who would talk to hei about everything but his own sweetheart I said if this is the last act of life I am going to speak for Kentucky tonight 1 have had more troiole oil my life with that boy than PecK over nad with his bad boy When we wore growing up togftthor at Clo verport and God bless the little town he said to niH one day In a spirit of angerTom you or I one or the other will have to leave Kentucky This town and this county and ths State is not large enough for both of us and us you are the younger of the two you will hav to gut up anti get I took him nt tiM word and I Mt the State and while in some respects I have reunited it ns I said before in iimnv I have not Now tho question arises and it is a material question it is one of busiI ness what are you going to do with us when wo come hero How many do you suppose uro coming l Where are theso wandering chidlren of Kentucky coming from T From North East South and Wet they will come and como with tho expectation that you will give them just such a welcome as Kentucky can always give to the strangers within her gates and more especially to a wandering son or daughter Have Big Job You ate gome to have a biggor job on your hands than you ever had be fore Let me assure you of that tact provided the lailroads will make such rates as will he acceptable to the peo ple who want to come The disposition is to conu but it is not every body that can pay excessive rates to como on a week or two weeks spree such as it would be beroand when I say spree I do not moan an intemperate spree but ono of outing and of loving the old spots from which they came and of loving the old graveyards where are burled their loved dead If those roads will give us onecent a mile ve will o 1 CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Cough Syrup Tastes Coed Use In time Sold by drupglsts CONSUMPTION till your town full from cellar to garret and from back gate tofront gate and we will make you proud of your in vitation or tired of the crowd that has comeI dont Know whether there is an officer of any railroad running in or out of Louisville here but let me say to you people in all earnestness that we are not coming here merely to visit Louisville That is a great desidera am I admit for when you get here you are within the gates of the great est emporium of your State but we will be overjoyed to pay any price to get outside of your city to again visit the old counties from which we came As to Railroads What are the roads coming into Louisville going to doY There is a big lot of ns born out iu the Stateand you must remember there are comparative ly few that wore born in the city of Loaisville There is not one coming who dont want to go back to the counties in which they were born ana from which they departed when they were children or young people Now will the roads running in Here be u generous as those roads which come to yoqtThere are a great many people in my State Judge Sims who are from your county They want to return to the old county and drink from the old gourds and the old springs and wallow in the old ponds of wnich you have ben speaking Born in Shelby I was torn in Shelby county with in thirty or forty wiles of your city on a place now owned by Harry Weissing er a splendid fellowand I said today Harry I want tj visit the old farm and see the old spot where I was born I am told you have torn down the old house where my father and mother lived and where I und other members of the family were born I want to see it it for nothing but to breathe the air where they hvtd before I was born Will you permit me to do so Yes I will If you dont bring any beastly Missouri politicians along witb yon 1I saidi- No we are not coming as politi cians We have all been reading what the preachers have been saying in your lust campaign of brotherly love on a reformation of all the evils of politics and we ate coming back with that sprit and no poll ticans will be among ns but wo will be all patriots we will all be Kentuckians from head to foot in love with the old spots where we were born and the the old corn ties from which we come Well he said if you lire coming with that kind of sninti will administer that myself I said to him Iiarry there is one thing that we Kentuokians have missed greatly since we left its soil I have never dad the pleasure of attending a Burgoo since I have been in the State of Missouri a Bur goo such HS they get in this State and I would like to have one here in Louis ville and if you have one we will not turn our backs on it He said I will give the crowd that goes to Shelby county a Eurgoo and I will rejoice when you conic and be glad when youre gone Now gentlemen somebody maybe curious to know what com pens tion Kentucky will have for bringing this Immense crowd of people within its gates and within your houses That is the very lowest estimate and the very lowest estimate and the very lowest way to look at this thing That never enters the mind of a Kentuckian my friend Engelhard never We will compensate in a thousand ways that you know not of You may take oven upon the lowest estimate of dollars and cents and bring one hun dred thousand people tide and if the roads are reasonable I want to beat that into my friend Browns beadhe will siva you a larger crowd than one hundred thoneand peoole Suppose each ono spends 25 Look at it for a moment That is a low es timate for the amount to be spent when yon are in Louisville I can prove that by Judge Sims Think of that Twenty live time one hundred thousand will make 2500000 Now look at it in another aspect That Ot money is turned over so rapidly from hotels to bars and from bar rooms to barber shops and from barber shops to stores and from stores to Logan Murrays bank that it will be equival ent to one million dollars that we will spend hero in your midst Big Stick for the Rallr oads II trove I am not in favor of tni wild legislation against railroads I am reminded of a little thing tbat toOk place down at Cloverport where Logan Murray lived I dont know whether he recognizes the fact or not There were two Uermans fighting Black Dutchmen we call them and one had the other down and some men rushed up and said Unule George dont hurt him No I am not going to hurt him but I have determined he shant hurt me So we are not going to hurt the railroads if the railroads dont hurt us It they do Congress is in session and the President has his big stick and what he will do with them I dont Know Mr President and gentlemen be fore closing permit me to say I am deeply gratified fet this reception ex tended more from the kindness of your own natures than in the merit I poss ess 1 receive it as a splendid compliment to the great State from which I come whoso population is composed largely of Kentuckians whose hearts have been gladdened by your generous invitation to come home onca again as your guests to tread with eager feet the old soil of the counties from which they came and to cull the more vividly the old loved faces long since passed to thbir reward I am a Missourian by adoption a long residence of nearly fifty years within its borders because it has been good to me and honored me greatly I have no desire to leave its generous soil and its generous people I am a nativeborn Kentuckian with all tho love that language implies Its people have been my people and its U d my Hod Save one those dearest to me are burred in its graves and that alone is enough to draw me to it with all the love of an ardent and true native I desire to see Kentucky succeed in every bunorablo enterprise whether individual local State or national feeling and believing that what adds glory or happiness to it gives a part to every one born on its sOIlI whether they he now on Green lands icy mountains or Africas gold en sandsKentucky is right in commerce it Is right in religion it is right in its social qualities is right in is wonder fat beauties yet its politics in the langUHgo of one ot its brilliant men is the damndest still they are Ken tucky politics sol goneris spawned here ana will die here amidst their worshipers none ever like them be fore and nono will ever ue like them hereafter But with all its faults I love the old State with a deep love of child hood though JL have long since passed that age and with a love which has matured into manhood and old age There is no place like Kentucky There never has been any place like Ken tucky and there never will be any place like Kentucky In other worln Kentucky is Kentucky and it can be nothing else and to undertaxe to maKti it anything else would be like repainting the lily or refining thn gold President Roosevelt in his Winning of the West shows that Kentucky was a nursery both for the bone and sinew and brain and in planting from even Louisville to the waves of the gentle Pacific all which yon will find of the best today You have called us to come in June when the roses are sweetest when tho snn is brightest when the moon is the most silvery when the stars are the most glorious when all nature is purest when your musio is the softest and we are coming to sing from ten thousand times ten thousand throats the pathetic song of tho dead poet who has made if possible the name of KentucKY more illustrious and his name by association and au thorship illustrious a household word in every State in the Union Lot not Kentucky fcrget Stephen 0 Foster Songs as well as laws make A State great Man once said Let me write the songs I core not who makes the laws Permit me to say you could build no greater monument to him in marble braes or silver than he has built for himself in writing this great song but still there should be one erected on the very spot on which the song was written which should ever form its topmost height hid farewell to the decaying day undwelcome the coming morn II Would I be saying too much to say to the good people that it you do not erect the monument to Stephen C Foster those of us coming nere in June will do so for youOtr work would then be a work of love not a reflection upon the generosity and the appreciation of Kentucky When we shall come all that I can ask fu on behalf of those people is that yott give them such a greeting Iron your warm hearts and hands as well he worthy of the grout old Stateof Kentucky Then oh then wo will re I member and love von the more In 1847 one of the uneducated mountaineers oC Kentucky wont to California in search of gold that was a time wuon the whole country had been startled from center to circnm fercnco by the publications that the whole State or Territory at that time was Lull of gold and all one bad to do was to pick it from the trees After this mountaineer had lemalued there for one or more years working as a KentucKian can when impelled by want and determination to make money he gathered up the accumulation ot his labors in small bncksnln bags and started homeward In one of the villages near the mine he saw two gentlemen looking at a map of our coantrylln his rough garb with soiled hands and a countenance beans ing with honestyho said Gentlemen 1 cant read or write I am a Kentuckian I want to go back to the dear old State before I die will you point it out to me on the map by placing your finger on the spot When ona of them kindly did so he stood silently for a moment great tears tricKing down thofurrows of his old timeworn and sunburnt face and then said Thank you gentlemen that is Gods country and I am gwine bacK to it and will never leave it again These are the sentiments of a true Kentuckian John Foz Jr in the sweetest of all stories Little Shephard of Kingdom Come utters some of the tenderest sentiments that ever came from brain or pen but those touching as tney are are no more touching than what the old mountaineer said that is Gods country and I am gwine bacK to it The thousands of us who will assem ble hero in June will give utterance to that same patriotic sentiment with the deepest feeling and will say Kentucky is Gods country and we are for it as Kentucky is today we lire for it as Kentucky has been in the past and wo are for it as Kentucky will be in the future AID SOCIETYS BANNER YEAR 21430 Made in 1906 by M E Church Ladies50 Members Enrolled NEW OFFICERS ELECTED The Ladies Aid Society of the M E church closed their most successful fiscal year March 1 1000 The report below will show that these Kentucky ladies have not been idle during the last twelve months All meetings were held in the M E church The officers last year were Mrs 0 B Skillman pros Mrs Henry Gibbs vpres Mrs Tames fl Younger sea Mrs Shelby Conrad treaa The following officers for the next fiscal year were elected at last meet lug Mrs H L Stader pres Mrs W H Bowrrer vpres Mrs Fred I+ raize sec Mrs H A Oelze treas Total amount made last year 121430 This amount was raised by monthly 10 cent dues entertainments com fort making etc The last move of the old year was that each member should give one dollar at the last meeting The money to be earned in some manner The manners were in deed many and comical One member took the nooks place to make the dollar Another washed and ironed clothes One good lady was kind enough to let her husband snooze away the past cold mornings while she made the fires her pay being a 1 One lady denied herself ot a trip to Macauleys Quiet a few made the dollar by sew ing And one lady good and true waited on her husband for the amount of her pledge All ofjtnis J1480 was judiciously expended for chairity pur poses The church parsonage was practically newly furnished and was re painted and repaired The Sociity nas GO members In all and those besides the aboved named officers and former officers are as tollcws Mesdames- J O Babbago deceased does jiald by Mrs H V Duncan W B Bowmer J D Babbage J A Barry Martin Bruns V G Babbage John Burn tTJ Dyer J R DeHaveu AR Fisher J F Ferry Frank Fraize Fred Fraize- JJ D Gregory G Harris 0 W Moorman R Ev Moorman Vinolis fast superseding oldfashioned cod liver oil and because without a drop of oil or disagreeable feature it contains all the medicinal elements of cod liver oil actually taken from fresh cods livers By our process the oil having no value either as a medicine or food is separated from the medicinal elements and thrown away Unlike oldfashioned cod liver oil and emulsions Vinol is deliciously palatable agreeable to the weakest stom ach and therefore unequaled as a body builder and strength creator for old people puny children weak rundown men and women after sickness and for all pulmonary diseases Everything Vinol contains is named on the label OUR GUARANTEE We have such faith in VINOL that if you will take it we promise if it does not benefit or cure you we will return you your money without question We take all the risk SHORT HAYNES DRUGGISTS Cloverport Ky I HONEST NOW Could You Want A More Liberal Offer Than This 1iOur offer is this VVe will send you the News 1 year and I the Farm Journal of Philadelphia 5 years for a Dollar bill If you aro a subscriber to the paper now pay up arrange if any and the offer is good for you New subscriptions good als- oNews n 1 year Farm Journal 5 years All for One Little Dollar VTho Farm Journal is about the best farm paper pub lished in the worldbut you know that and so we wont de scribe it to you but we will be glad to send sample copies j Send order this very day to the News Clovorport Ky This Offer May Have to be Withdrawn At Any Time i1 J Morrison J U Nolte H A Oelze R B Pierce J H Rowland U W Short U H Severs F M Smith T F Sawyer 0 W Stephens Till Pauley Wm Hofflns H Adams J Neubauer B M Curno H L Stader j T Bkillman R L Newsotn A C Midkiff Misses Elizabeth SSlllman Grace Plank Grace Ferry aft- r rat atr Messrs Rev B M Carrie Fred Frai H A OelzoMore In ZIon City There is another crisis in the affai of John Alexander Dowies Zion Git Many of the residents of the place said to be in a starving condition OASTODXBean theThe Kind You HM Alwi Slgnatur of 07JW if 1 The Breckenridge News DESDAY MARCH II 1000 WITH UNITY AND FAITH IN GOD Nothing Will Baffle Temperance Forces Against Evil SAYS REV LEWIS AT FIRST UNION MEETING 4 There is one bodyand ono spirit oven as ye are called in one hope of your calljng 5 One Lord one faith one bap tism t 0 One God and Father of all who is above all and through all and in you IlEphesians IV verses 4 5 Bpd fThe above verses served as Rev J T Lewis text at the Unian Prayer and Temperancn meeting at M E church Tuesday nlgnt of last weeK This was the first of the propoaed union meetings and Rev Lewis text and talk were very appropriate to the oc casion A large audience was present Songs were sang with vim that has tot before marked these temperance gatherings earnest soul inspiring pleading prayers were offered to God to aid the organization to blot out the facing sin wbtsKy and bring those who were dwarfed by this curse to Christ Tno prayers were pleading not for the eradication of men who handle whisky but for the eradication of the whisky itself Rev Lewis said that the temperance people should work as a unit and to the sole purpose of bringing men to God He said that with unity and faith in Gdd nothing would baffle the forces aaalnnt evil The executive committee was in structed to arrange for several temper ance speakers J D Babaage was ap pointed to ask the Rev Roe of Irving too to deliver a temperance lecture here on the following Wednesday night which will be tonight The orignal Foley Co Chicago originated i H4 fy and Tar as a throat and lung recB ly and on account of the great Merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many imitations are offered tfog the genuineAsk for Foleys Honey ajd Tar and refnse any substitute willliveitMxtive It contains no opinion delicateJitersonsI w i 1 Results of Meridian Tornado Meridian MillS March 6Tbe re ised list of the dead and injured as e result of the tornado which swept tough this city Friday evening how a total ot twentyfour dead and ortysix Injured a number of whom ire not expected to live No addition il deaths have been reported since Snn lay night I semioflidallyfstimated praclcnliyI the East End andUeorgetown Of ae sufferers from the tornado only ye carrie tornado insurance amount ing to 007000 he Cause of Many I I Sudden Deaths o Is a disease prevailing In this r most dangerous because so deco bottles gI live Many sudden pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kidney disease If kidney trouble Is al lowed to advance th- ekidneypoisoned blood will attack the vital organs or the Idneys themselves break down and waste way cell by cell fromprI blamed quickest by a proper treatment of ie kidneys If you are feeling badly you an make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers VampRoot the great kidney liver and ladder remedy- It corrects inability to hold urine and scald 3 g pain in passing It and overcomes that npiuasant necessity of being compelled to the day and to get up many 11mesduring the night The mild and the xlrawdlnary effect of SwampRoot is soon Mtllzedi It stands the highest for Its won erfulcures of the most distressing cases SwampRoot Is pleasant to take and sold y all druggists In fiftycent and onedollar You may a sample bottle of lzedwonderful new dtsII and a book that byitheart I sllsall about it both nom oSvunpRoot frt I I by natl Address Dr Kilmer Co ton N Y When writing mention rthls generous offerjn this paper make any mistake but rent xnber tho IwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp d the address Bingbamtc N T bOttle WHO SHE WAS SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF LYDIA E PINKHAM And a True Story of How the Vegetable Compound Had Its Birth and How the Panic of 73 Caused It to be Offered for Public Sale in Drug Stores This remarkable woman whose maiden name was Estes was born in Lynn Mass February Oth 1810 com familyForbecame known as a woman of an alert and investigating mind an earnest seeker after knowledge and above all possessed of a wonderfully sympa thetic nature In 1843 she married Isaac Pinkham a builder and real estate operator and their early married life was marked by prosperity and happiness They had four children three sons and a daughterIn good old fashioned days it was common for mothers to mata their own home medicines from roots and herbs natures own remedies calling in a physician only in specially urgent cases By tradition and ex perience many of them gained a won derful knowledge of the curative prop erties of the various roots and herbs Mrs Pinkham toole a great interest in the study of roots and herbs their characteristics and power over disease She maintained that just as nature so bountifully provides in the harvest fields and orchards vegetable foods of all kinds so if we but take the pains to find them in the roots and herbs of the field there are remedies ex pressly designed to cure the various ills and weaknesses of the body and it was her pleasure to search these out and prepare simple and effective medi cines for her own family and friends Chief of these was a rare combina tion of the choicest medicinal roots and herbs found best adapted for the peculiar hams friends and neighbors learned that her compound relieved and cured and it became quite popular among themAll this so far was done freely with out money and without price as a labor of love But in 1873 the financial crisis struck Lynn Its length and severity were too much for the large real estate interests of the Pinkham family as this class of business suffered most from fearful depression so when the Centen nial year dawned it found their property swept away Some other source of income had to be found At this point Lydia E Pinkhama Vegetable Compound was made known to the world daughterwith Beckharn Boom Launched Frankfort Ky March GAt the PayntT banquet tonight Wheeler Carupbol launched the Beckhaw boom for TTnited States Senator to succeed McCrary by declaring that two year Hence Oov Beokhain would follow Judge Paynter to the Senate His reference was greeted with wild ap plause A Favorite Remedy for Babies Its pleasant taste and prompt cures have made Chamberlains Cough Re medy a favorite with the mothers of small children It quickly cures their coughs and colds and prevents any danger of pneumonia or other serious consequences It not only cures croup but when given as soon us the croupy cough appears will prevent attack For sale by Short Haynes Clover port Lid on at Etown The cow went dry Sunday in reality Every saloon in the city was closed and no traps scratches or Sesame knocks on the back door were ans wered Judge Viers proclamation that he would annul the license of the saloon- keepers who Kept open on Sunday resulted in putting the lid on tightly and closely The day was probably the first since Capt Hynea foonded the city that neither beer or whiskey conld be bought Grouts of old topers collected on the corners with that inordinate harassing acd insatiable knawing in the stomach discussed the situation and suggested ways and means but there was nothing doing orabsoutely nothing Even a bootlegger IB a back alley conld not be found Eliza bethtown News i restore the family fortune They argued that the medicine whIchwas so good for their woman friends and neighbors was equally good for the women of the whole world The Pinkhams had no money and little credit Their first laboratory was the kitchen where roots and herbs wero steeped on the stove gradually filling a gross of bottles sellingitgivenItprinter to run off some pamphlets setting forth the merits of the medi cine now called Lydia E Pinkhains Vegetable Compound and these were distributed by the Pinkham sons in Boston New York and Brooklyn The wonderful curative properties of the medicine were to a great extent selfadvertising for whoever used it recommended it to others and the de mand gradually increased In 1877 by combined efforts the fam ily had saved enough money to com mence newspaper advertising and from that time the growth and success of the enterprise were assured until today Lydia E Pinkham and her Vege table Compound have become house hold words everywhere and many tons of roots and herbs are used annu ally in its manufacture Lydia E Pinkham herself did not live to see the great success of this work She passed to her reward years ago but not till she had provided beans for continuing her work as effectively as she could have done it herselfDuring her long and eventful expe rience she was ever methodical in her work andshe was always to pre serve a record of overt case that came to her attention The case of every sick woman who applied to her for advice and there were thousandsreceIved careful study and the details includ ing symptoms treatment and results were recorded for future reference and today these records together with hundreds of thousands made since are available to sick women the world over and represent a vast collabora tion of information regarding the treatment of womans ills which for authenticity and accuracy can hardly be equaled in any library in the worldWith Lydia E Pinkham worked her daughterinlaw the present Mrs Pinkham She was carefully instructed in all her hardwon knowledge and for years she assisted her in her vast correspondenceTo naturally fell the direction of the work when its origina twentyfivenothing in the work shows when the first Lydia E Pinkham dropped her pen and the present Mrs Pinkham now the mother of a large family took it up With women assistants some as capable as herself the present Mrs Pinkham continues thisgreat workand probably from the office of no other person have so many women been ad vised how to regain health Sick women this advice is Yours for Health freely given if you only write to ask for it- Such is the history of Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound made from simple roots and herbs the one great medicine for womens ailments and the fitting monument to the noblewoman whose name it bears Married at Hawesvllle Walter Adkisson and Miss Ollie Avitt of Lodiburg Breckenridpe county were married at the Hale House Monday by Kev B F Lawhern Cluritn A Scientific Wounder The cures that stand to its credit make Bncklens Arnica Salve a scien tific wonder It cured E R Mulford lecturer for the Patrons of Husbandry Wayneaboro Pa of distressing case of riles It heals the worst Burns Sores Boils Ulcers Cuts Wcunds Chilblains and Salt Rheum Only U5o at Short Haynes drug store Out of Carders Sixtyfive counties of the State have voted licensed saloons entirely out of their borders twenty nine have licensed saloons in but one place and only five counties allowed whiskey to be sold goner ally within their limits They aro Campbell Kenton Jefferson Mead and Todd and each ono of these counties has more or less dry territory If you are troubled with Piles and cant find a cure try Witch Hazel Salve but be sure you get that made by EC DeWitt do Co Chicago It IB the Original If you have used Witch Hazel Salve without being relieved it Is probable that you got hold of ono of the many wortnlesa counterfeits that are sold on the reputation of the genn ine DeWUts Witch Hazel Salve A KE HAIR BALSAM hairlromolee OrvJalrfolllllo1Oc WANT TO PLACE J IXTY I GOOD BOYS AND GIRLS The Kentucky Childrens Homo Soc iety has sixty boys and girls between the ages ot three and nine for whom they desire good Cnilatian homes These cnildien are nnusnall bright and attactivo and we guarantee that no family will bo disappointed in a child wo send them The winter months have given us an mormons amount of worn to do We are receiving more children now in a month than we formerly did in a sear and asa rule the children are much brighter and mbch better looking and much easier controlled than children we formerly handled Will you show your interest in this great work for humanity by giving a home to one of these little ones Unless you have n first class home in every respect and unlessyou are moral and stand well in your community do not apnly as wo will under no etc cumstances place a child in a home unless it can get the very best advan tares This is the Masters work inasmuch as ho said Suffer hUlA children tp come unto Me and forbid them not If you are interested inthis charity and would like to take a child please address the Kentucky Childrens Homo SooietyNo 2110 Von Berries Avenue Louisville Ky- JYours very respectfully George L Hehon State Supt Doctors Are Puzzled The remarkable reccvervof Kenneth Molvei of Vanceboro Me is tho subject of much interest to the medical fraternity and a wide circle of friends He says of his case Owing to severe inilamation of the Throat and conges tion ofthe Lungs three doctors gave me up to die when as a lust resort I was induced to try Dr Kings New Discovery and I am happy to say it saved my life Cures the worst Coughs and Colds Bronchitis Tonsi litis Weak jnng8Huarsenefisand La Grippe Guaranteed at Short Haynes drugstore COc and 100 Trial bottle free- bubscrihe I for the News I can furnish you wall paper for side wall border ad ceiling enough for a lIr xl59ft ceiling all complete for 60c I meet all prices advertised by Sears Robuck or any other mail order house Edward Gregory Growth of K Ps The Knights of Pythias are grow hug more rapidly in membership tha any other fraternal order in the finite States remarsed forraer Representa tine Thomas G Stewatt grand than cellar of the Kentucky state lodge a the Grand hotel to a Cincinnati En quire reporter and now rank num ercially noxt to the Masons the id Fellows come first The Odd Fellows and Masons have over 1 00000 mew bers each and the Knights ot Pythias enter tne new year with over 700000 Ohio is the banner Knights of Pytbias state with over 00000 members and Illinois shows up second The order has increased its numbers more iin Kentucky within the last two than any other stale and has at time 12000 on its rolls in the old cn monwealth It the Knights of Pyth las continue their increase of member ship in this decade as they did fro m 1800 to 1100 they will run ahead o either the Odd Fellows or the Masons They hays bad class meetings in Chicago and Kansas City in which 1000 members participated If it is a bilious attack take Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quick cure is certain For eale by Short Haynes Cloverport Ky Subscribe for the News L H Ii ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 48 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 AM stops at West Point only arrives at Louisville 715 A M No 42 Dally Matt ana Kxpress leaves Clo- verport952A51 stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 133i p ro Train No 44 Dally fast mall leaves Clu verport 448 p m stops at all way stations east of Oloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 7 25 pm Train No48 Dally Cloverport accommo dation arrives Cloverport 830 p m WEST BOUND Cioverportaccommodatlonleaves villa 900 a in Train No 41 Dally fast mall and express leaves Clover ort 1031 a m stops only at Ilawesviiie Maceo Owonsboro Stanley Eipottsvl1ie llonderson and Evansville arrives St fouls 120 p m Train No 43 Mull and Express dally ar rives Cloverport 730 p m Evansville 1030 p in Stops at all stations No45 dally St Louis fast train leavesClo verport M arrives Evansvlllo 135 A11061P 5t St A M stops at Hivwexvllle Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 41 and 44 between Louisville and Evansvllle Through sleeping cars and reclining chair cars on trains 45 and 48 between Louisville ahd St Louis Fordsvllle Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 ally except Sunday leaves Fordsvllle 430 n nUcs Irvlngton 840 am Train No4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsvllle 320 p m arrives Irvlngton 520 p in Train No fl Sunday only Fordsvilla 830 a m Irvington 903 a m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday Irvlngton 650 a m arrives leavesIpm I Train No5 Dally leaves Irvlgnton m arrives Fordsville 925u m 5 I Stops falling hair and cures dandruff And it always restores color to gray hair Sold for fifty yearsu TttffttCftCSrl11 N NetitN N N+ ++++N +NNOONNNNNNif Ii Bank ofSurplus and Undivided Profits 2640000 OFFICERS t B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier PAul COMITON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson 2 i NN t N O t Nl Ntt ON ONNNNNNNNN nn h 34JMM ea3sses luull First State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePreslden H H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits tillNfiit Ft Fifth Avenue HOTELI I Louisville Ky 1W PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr W T 73T TY T TT T1 7 fT- for in on or is to it is or in to It in IIHardinsburg burglaryi altlallfttwTHE wn al oi oi The centrally erd only In tho city a 200 raterOnly one block from the to and two from the cars the door to all parts Iof the cityIEverything neat andlcleani 1100Figuresan acre itnOnIfyou can buy the 100 land lot 10 some where else the proposition is just as good FarmsYou can buy it in the Southwest Why shouldnt you do 1t1 OklahomadThey are t General Passenger Agent 951 Frisco Bldg SL Louis Mo ProsperedmI I I U Thats the universal report from the Southwest where pros perity Is the common experience of the many It is a report given Thefer a previous condition of dependence or partial dependence to the most perfect independence He has broadened his acres and increased his highpricedlandstect every acre an acre of good ground In a word his ship lies come in Can you afford to wait for yours There are many similar opportunities still open in Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas and New Mexico Write for Booklets Rates Southwest Feb 20 March 6 20 Round trip 75 per cent of the one way rate One way half fare plus 2 r H Texas Remedy Rattlesnake Bites This paper notes with deep regret that a number of persons aro dying from the bites of rattle snakes in different sections of Texas Most all cases are young children and a good many instances they aro bitten the hand foot In such case the following rem edy said be a splendidantidote for the rattlers bite provided used immediately after being bitten Take a pan bowland pour enough kerosene oil cover the wound will draw the poison out immediately the course of a few minutes and turn most located firstclass hotel locking principal shopping district blocks principal theatres Street pass 1 HILTON great longer IIG- en OEO H LEE ii I McQUlRB Pass Agt Dist Tray Pass Agt Little Rock Ark Clulnnatl O perfectly green then pour out tho oiland refill the bowl being care ful to put in enough oil to com pletely cover the wound Leave the foot or hand in tho oil as long as the oil turns green Then put on a poultice of plain table salt and saturate thoroughly with oil Keep this up for about anydanperMail Indigestion is much of a habit Dont get the habit Take a little Kodol Dyspepsia Cure after eating and you will quit belching poffiUg palpitat ing and frowning Kodol Digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet Sold by all druggists t 1mrJlI iJc1 r 7 p 1H 1 iii i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V G BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines chargedfor at the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line loney IB advanceExamine the label on your paper If it is not correct please otify us- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new addr- essTWELVE PAGES WEDNESDAY MARCH 14 1906 THOUGHTS An independent press does more day by day to crush out crime and restrain criminals than nil of the oiganlzed and paid constabulary of the State the searchlight of its investigation into the conduct of public officials is more dreaded by the corrupt and the vicious than all of the sanctions of the penal law andas an upbuilder and sastainer of an enlightened public opinion it constitutes a large part of the foundation of civil liberty Those whose faith is sufficiently optimis tic to indulge a hope for the permanency of our institutions and civilization must rest it in a large part at leastupon a confidence of the quickening influence of an untrammeled press upon the public conscience Judge Henry S Barker of the Kentucky Court of Appeals SYSTEMATIZE ROAD BUILDING In view of the Good Roads Convention to be held in Hardinsburg on Monday March 26 it seems to us that it would be well for the people who intend to go to this convention and set forth their views to think of a plan to systematize the road building of the county This deffioiency has long been evident and until it is overcome the people will not hope to get the desired results in the making of county roads Look to the States and counties which have good roads Wo see there system A record of every days work iis made A plat of the coun ty roads shows where the labor has been expended These counties do not allow a cart of dirt to be dumped here and there without any definite end in view They require subordinates to work according plans and orders from the county supervisors The supervisor then is responsible for all of the countys roads hood or bad The results of such a system are very beneficiary to the people The taxpayer can at once see how and where his money was spent Every community under this system gets an equal amount of the benefit of the road tax No roads are worked merely for political gain Everything is accounted for The taxpayer will have a say at the convention at Hardinsburg and this is right No man is willing to vote to raise taxes higher when he sees that the present road tax receipts are being thrown to the winds The taxpayer will not vote for an increased road tax un less you show him a plan whereby the roadtax money will benefit the condition of the county roads and he is right There is not a more ardent believer in hood roads in Breckenridge county than the editor of the News but we should like to see the money collected as road tax put to some avail and the News is not in favor of higher road taxes unless a method or a system is devised and put in operation whereby this money will be judiciously expended and not thrown into the hands of incompetent county politicians through appointments as re muneration for putting a county clerk a sheriff a judge a school superintendent or some man in office BACK TO TilE FARM William Borsodi editor of The National Advertiser of New York has gone to considerable pains to prepare an open letter to the Hon James Wilson Secretary of Agriculture on the Crying Need of the Country which ho deems is to keep the Farmer Boys on the Farm The News is disposed to agree with Col Borsodi on this im portant question We believe our boys in Breckenridge and sister counties should be encouraged to remain on the old homestead farm rather than to leave it and go to the city Instead of the father or the mother who are perhaps sickened and disheartened because of their failure to draw from the hills and valleys the glories and com forts of life picturing to their boy the glowing possibilities of a pros perous life in the city as they may think should picture to tho boys youthfulmind the independence the prestage and power of the suc cessful farmer Remind youe boy of Washingtons words when he said that farming was the noblest occupation of man Teach him to study farming from a scientific viewpointas well as a practicalone Let the young man study the soil its possibilities and its failures Encourage the young man by remunerating him with cash for his services as he would be paid in the employ of a city corporation or company Do not run down the farm but run it up and then the boy will cling to the old homestead as his most valuable heritage He will profit by his fathers failures and by the knowledge he has at tained by study and make the old home a home of which he and his will bo proud PAYING THE PENALTY EUABETHTOWN has saloons this is the result read A cold blooded premeditated murder occurred in this city at the home of Mr Chas T Warren Saturday night when Henry Whittaker while under the erately shot and instantly killed his wife SusanWhittaker because she refused to live with him Elizabethtown Mirror And yet some men will say that local option is a farce and about the same condition of affairs exist without saloons as with them The above is just one of the many cases to illustrate the degredation wrought by saloons upon any community Below is a clipping from the Elizabethtown News which goes further to illustrate this same point Saturday was a red letter day in the Police Court There wero nineteen arrests nine for crap playing one for the destruction of property two for running horses on the streets three for drunkenness two for swearing on the streets one for carrying a razor and one for murder The city has been comparatively quiet since Christmas and the outbreak Satur day was a surprise to the city officials This is the penalty Elizabethtown is paying for an open saloon and which Cloverport will pay if the voters of this good little town I allow the saloon to enter within her gates But wo have too much confidence in the intelligence the manhood tho Christian citizenship of our beloved city to think that the saloon will be legally invited hereon May 5 LET US GIVE TIIANKS Yesterday was the fifth anniversary of an event in Clovorports history which needs not to bo named to bring it to the minds of our people This event is so indelibly stamped in our memory that nothing but the last summons will erase it Our minds reflect and this awful catastrophe is as vivid as if it happened but yesterday We see how our lifes efforts were swept away in a few hours and how we fought ruin and almost financial failure and how we struggled and worked together in order to live in comfort main in the place our fathers had settled Why did we not turn disheartened on the great heap of ashes and set our heads toward the Golden West andmake our abode there 1 Why did we not go to the evergreens of Florida or to the fertile soil about the Great Lakes It was because we loved home Cloverport and Kentucky This in why our people staidand built houses on the ashes of their lifes efforts and began over again five years ago It is hard for us to see but it was all for the best Let us give thanks unto tho Lord that our lives were spared and for the five years of peace and prosperity in which we have lived since 1901 Let us give thanks unto the Lord TilE following is tho result of the first days work of tho Hardin county grand jury Murder 1 furnishing liquor to persons in habit of becoming intoxicated 17 furnishing liquor to minor 3 These indictments were all the result of the first days work of the grand jury and is an unusual number for the first day This Thursday there will be about nine pore indictments re turnedElizabethtown Mirror II A BUSY successful publisher has little time in which to back cap his contemporaries It is generally tho fellow who is having a tussle with cant get there that does the knocking A sufficient quantity of knocking always brings sympathy to the knocked Newspaperdom TilE Rothchilds family is said to be tho richest family in the world The total wealth of all being 485000000 The money was made in the banking business and no scandal is charged in the ac cumulation of their Enormous fortune The family itis said lives a modest life THE Legislature passed a bill to allow school teachers their salary for the week in which they attend county institutes provided their respective schools are in session at the time the institute meets WE Cloverporters are proud of our ExGov Tom Crittenden Read his speech Then think of the days when he walked about Cloverport a barefooted boy Breckenridge county has her share of big men THERE are just 7017 saloons in Chicago This accounts for Chi cages reputation of being one of the most wicked cities on the face of the earth DONT neglect to take advantage of our combination offer giving the News one year and Farm Journal five years for 1 A SPECIAL from Hardinsburg says that Judge Henry Dellaven Moorman is thinking of marrying Congratulations THE Mayor and City Council are to be congratulated upon their success in securing electric lights for Cloverport rBKECKENIUDGE county ought to have a Home coming day Let the Commercial Club take this matter up Go to the Good Roads Convention and lend your help THE Legislature adjourned yesterday d4tai T O E1 X aBur ofthoct You Z8GUgli Mrand Mrs R J Cain and T J Jolly of Bewleyville were the guests of Mr and Mrs J E Keith Monday Get acquainted with- SMITHSn q If SMITHS MAGAZINE and you are strangers we willsend you the magazine three months free that you may get acquainte- dq SMITHS is the biggest illustrated magazine in the world1701 pages of reading matter andpic tares the same size page as the big standardmagazines like Harpers and Century fl SMITHS is made up of the best ofeverythingbest stories that can be obtained best illustra tions that lever artists can draw and the best special articles written by writers who know their subject thoroughly and write as entertainingly as they are instructive q SMITHS also prints every month a score or more pretty portrait in colors of beautifulwomen Taken all in all there iii no better magazine than SMITHS in fact none nearly as goodno matter what the call q Write today A postal will do Address Dept F Smith Magazine 85 Seventh Avenue New York City EKRON Dr Jnnious Sbaoklet was at home Sunday Mrs Norton and son Roy visited friends in Brandenburg Sunday Mrs James Frymiro who has been very much indisposed Is better at this writingMiss Nellie Childs left Monday for Howling Green where she will attend school Mm A E Guedry and Mrs Brown i and son Stanley went to Loolsvllle SundayMr i Mr Z Tf Cox spent Sun day with Mrs Coxs parents Mr and Mrs Dan Shaoklet Mr Barr is adding much to the con venience and comfort ot his home by digging a splendid cellar Flem Fousbee Allen Miller Jack Kennedy and W L Archer of Louis vllle spent Sunday with friends here Mr James Sbaoklett nailed on Miss Tnlah Jordon Sunday afternoon and at tended church at Hill Grove Sunday nightBrother Eldridge of Louisville preached at Buck Grove Saturday and Sunday in the absence of Rev Snack lettLittle Miss Sylva Basham ot Brand enburg spent several davs last week the guest of her grand mother Mrs Robt Do well Dr and Mrs S H Stith attended church at Hill Wove Sunday and din pd with Drs parents Mr and Mrs Thos Stith A meeting will be held here Monday 10 for the purpose of setting on foot a canning factory All persons interested are invited to attend Mr Jolly the section boss of the railroad section here moved to Sample Monday Mr Benham ot Weldon takes charge of this section Mr and Mrs W M Mr Dick Childs and sisters Misses Nellie and Annieand Miss Virginia Richard son attended the Coleman Stitn wedd ingJohn Brown near heresold his farm to Rtcbad Wittot Rosetta Mr Brown and family left Monday for their home at Lodl bur Mr Witt will take poss ession in the near futur- eDUKES ionBorn consumptIon to the wife of Ernest Basham a fine girl Len Campbell purchased a fine horse tbisfweek Isao Powers Goering made his regular trip here Sunday Harvie Powers attended prayer meet lug here Sunday night Gus Ballman Patesville spent Sun day with Edward Powers Miss Tula Lamb Patesville spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Carrie BeaviuMiss Maggie Powers Goering attend ed the party at John Jonhsons Satur nightThe given bv Mr and Mrs John Johnson was largely attended and all reported a delightful time Miss Carrie Basham left Sunday tor Owensboro where she will spend sever al weeks with her friends and relative Mr and Mrs Cicero Rearden visit ed his parents Mr and Mrs Rearden of Pellville Saturday and and Sun day Big Sale In Liverpool Returns trom Liverpool received by President T Barret report the sales of one hundred and nine hogsheads of leaf and lugs belonging to the Farmers Association of Henderson county Mrs R N Hudson and daughter Miss Virginia of Versailles were guests of relatives the first of the week IRV1NGTON Dr Haynes of Louisville wail j tows Friday on business IB Mr A B Snter spent a few days tg the city last week on business 5 Lou Biehoff attended the Mason 16 J knightk IfMrtaken possession of the poultry bonsai here Miss Ltna Brown Paradise arrlv WljI InHardlnHhnrgmotherMr Mrs Bud Neafns and baby spent Sunday in Gaston the guest of relatives Mrs C L Chamberlain has return ed from a short visit to her parent I at Tip Top Miss Jessie Brady left Saturday for McCoyin J Mrs Pony McCoy will go to Louis ville this week to buy a new stock of spring millinery Mr and Mrs AB Coleman return ed last ween from a visit to their daughter at Stithton I Mrs L D Btshoiff and children returned Monday from a visit to relq tlvea at Cloverport Mr and Mrs Bert Cunningham ol Chenaultare here the guests otJWarj A and Mrs W B Gardner Mrs Bate Washington spent Fridi in Stephensport the gnest of her sistJ Mrs Brown Helm I- RL r Downs left Saturday for Prlnl t 4tbranchMiss May Tydings returned to 1 home in Louisville Sunday after beH the guest of relative and friends hif s Mr Winu and familyof near Lot on vine have moved into the house of Walnut street owned by DrL Bat leMissIdGlendeanobrother Dr P E Dempster for fj ao eral days h Mrs L B Moreman and son L bJl Bennett were In Brandenburg not to Mrs handleMoreman ofntheBenpeOQleBatepa saleThenthasble and we are glad to see th grtainst- a I short time he will have ever The complete and a new full stock Q stricter The Pie Social given lastancesp dDthenendedprrceeds amounted to over here on rsimprovements gSchooldWalterDowell MorrIs Gilliagoy ioKendrickinKatharineclWilbertcgaretAll received good over this rotheto Miss Edith llsrshullTeacherId Ta fiffered Enthusiastic fleeting Hive the The temperance meeting ajjlaxtivrI Run last Friday night was ofItended by men efpecially anfl arsons So enthusiasm was displayed Relnlrj Cnriie a lecture J Res tieRitesLion feed iiiMl tfOJ Mrs Fred Hawkins of Newrest del was the guest of Mr and Mocgl twc tTuckerortysl thit- re notare GOOD ROADS COVENTION HARDINSBUG SATURDAY MARCH 2 Precinct Officers j l PRECINCT CHAIRMAN SECRETARY Hardinsburg No1 Granville Wilson Gabe Wright HenningerHardinsburgHardinsburg No 4 George T Jolly Herbert 11 Beard i Balltown Alf Hawkins Curtis Pate Cloverport No1 Frank Greonwell Fred Ferry jJ Cloverport No2 J A Barry J D Babbage t TouseyStephensportUhlon Star Byron Cart Lonnio Hall CunnmghamVebster JollyBigDruryCusterMook C C Pile Huston Alexander Hudsonville George Royalty Dr S J HallN CannonGlendeaneRockvale Frank Ruppert Dave Howard Secrttheirpurpose precinct conr which will be hold in each of the 21 precincts of the countyon Saturday March 24 1906 at the place of each precinct at 2 oclock p m I have appointed 15 delegates in each precinct who wil the Chairman and Secretary work up the interest and make the precinct and county convention i cess The delegates will confer with the Chairman andan pun together See that your Score cords the sense of the precinct convention appoHavoSecredeegates withebestmenms re anyone of the above om letthatfriend any at my command If this were a fu tothecointerestmatter to succeedand we wm Very Truly H DEH MOORMAM J B CC THE BREGKENRIDGE NEWS iby 1A- Ter 11 MAGAZINE SECTION CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH JOG PAWL TWO Iof I i l YOUNG DIPLOMATS Ii CBnVRBNoFAMDASSADORSANDMI1lISTEllS CAPITAL They Constitute Quite a Foreign Col ony Representative Types From the Courts and Governments of all NationsThe of Washington has among Its Inhabitants a colony of foreign children who bring to our Republic manyfarottdaughters of the officials known as diplomatsmen sent by the various governments of the world to act as their agents at the headquarters of Uncle Sam Quite a number of these children of foreign parents have been born In this country and a few years t u CHILDREN OP MINISTER FROM PARAGUAY InSburand was named Washington Another youngster who Is a native of the United States Is the little son of Senor Quesada the Minister or Envoy from the Republic of Cuba Senor Quesada and his wife have two chit dren both strikingly handsome with largo dark eyes and the olive complex ion of the LatinAmerican Their cous in a young girl whose home Is In the city of Havana Cuba spends her va cations with them and they never fall to give a great chlldrens party In her Ii honor every time she visits Washington From the Antipodes An exceedingly pretty littlo girl Is Frau Matilda Bussche the daughter of that blonde giant Baron Busscho Secretary of the German Embassy and his dark comploxloned South Ameri can wife whom he married while sta tioned In the Argentine Republic at the other end of our continent Little Miss Busscho has a striking combina tion of dark eyes and flaxen hair and despite her tender years sho speaks two different languages Other South American children in this odd community in Washington are the two sons of Senor Bacz the Minister from the little known Re public of Paraguay The new Mexican Ambassador and Senora Casasus have seven children Hector aged eighteen Evangellna fifteen Horaclo fourteen Mnrgarata thirteen Mario eleven Leon nine and Jorge seven At the home of tho Envoy from Costa Rica thero are half a dozen children the Minister from Haiti has two dark com plexioned sons thero are several young people In tho household of the first Minister from the new Republic of Panama and five attractive youngsters enliven things at tho residence of tho new Ambassador from Brazil the first Ambassador a diplomat of higher rank than a Minister to come to tho Unted States from any South American country Theso young people from Brazil speak tho Portuguese language whereas the Junior citizens from all other Pan Amerlcan countries speak Spanish Chinese Children i Conspicuous among the juveniles of all nations gathered In Washington are those from China The present Minister from tho Celestial Empire Sir f Chentung LiangCheng Is a widower who has a large family but only three I t CHILDREN OP CUBAN MINISTER of them accompanied him to this countrya daughter aged about seven teen who Is famous In Washington for her superb jewels and two sons one of whom Is not yet twelve years of ago while the other Is still younger in thee samo household aro four half American children the little sons and daughters of Yung Kwal a Chlbaw- ho acts as interpreter at the Legation whose wife Is an American formerly living in Springfield Mass The daughter of the Minister Is known even to her intimate friends as Miss Liang Like other Celestial women of high station sho has a given name but the Chinese are a very Tor mal people and the Ministers daughter Is seldom addressed by her first name oven by her father Minister Liangs two sons who now speak Eng lish almost as fluently as their father adoptee American dress from the day they took up their residence in Wash Ingtan but the daughter of the Envoy still clings to her native dress con sisting of looso blouse and trousers Chinese fashions have not changed In centuries but Miss Liangs costumes are made by a Chinese tailor connect ed with tho Legation Her costumes aro of tho richest silks and satins black and white being her favorite colors The quaint Chinese shoes that sho wears cause this young lady to walls In what appears to American eyes a rather awkward fashion but sho has not the small deformed feet such as have prevented sonic of her predecessors at the Chinese Legation from walking without assistance Young Chilean Ladles Two young people who have made many American friends during a long term of residence in the United States aro the daughters of Senor Don Joa ruin WalkerMartinez the Minister to from Chill These young ladles have of bun living under the Stars and Stripes for nearly fivo years and have attended American schools They have tho clear olive complexion dark hair and eyes and rich coloring typical of tho Latin Races As has been mentioned above there ire ninny young people In the house a holds of the envoys from South and Central America and the West Indies At the Legation of Haiti are the Misses Bourlie popular young rela lives of Minister Leger who by the way is one of the veteran diplomats it Washington having resided In this country continuously for ten years MISSMATILD- Daughlcr of Secretary The agent of the Republic of Bolivia at II Undo Sams scat of Government has a very pretty daughter Elena Calderon by name and there are several girls In tho large family of Senor Calvo the Minister from Costa Rica Son A West Pointer Minister Calvo by tho way has a son who is a cadet at West Point and is rendering a most excellent account of himself standing well toward the head In all his classes Tho new Russian Ambassador to the United States has a decidedly pretty daughter Baroness Elizabeth Rosen and the only daughter of the British Ambassador constitutes another Important member of tho foreign colony The lastmentioned young lady Miss Josephine Durand Is one of tho partic ular chums of President RooseveltsI eldest daughter Just married ThoI Turkish Minister Cheklb Bey has twoI young sons who wear American dress and speak the English language A Lapland Lrt day Frcscat As soon as a Lapp baby Is born a reindeer Is presented to him This reindeer Is literally his start In life for not only that deer but nil Its young and as they grow up all their young deer belong to the child When ho Is of ago he has quite a herd of his own This custom Is of much greater use to him than It every aunt uncle and cousin he had In the world presented him with the heaviest silver spoon to bo found GULF STREAM SWIMMERS THEY ENCOUNTER HAXY UNKNOWN AM SINGULAR DENI ZEUS OF TilE DEEII Starling Experience of a Moonlight Swim In the Great Ocean Current Accomplished by Shark Scared Big Fish Away Tho wharf rats of New York andII other largo cities who seem willing to brave the wrath of the officers of tho law are but tho making of many of tho most fearless swimmers of tho world A commercial traveler who journeys not only all over the pre cincts of the United States but in foreign lands as well in speaking of his happy boyhood days when he associated with tho daring swimming population of the Metropolis said that however pleasant and enjoyable his youthful excursions tiiey were not to compare with a swim In the Gulf Steamthe Gulf Steam teeming with life that only one whose nerves arcj In absolute consonance with the ocean can escape Wrlgglng and dart ing things grip unseen at tho swim mers breast and arms Silvery flashes before his face tell of fish turning lof their glittering sides sharply as they leap away at his approach Big and little rising out of enormous depths to sink again half seen all conspire make that sunlight splendor a place sudden terrors to any except the fearlesstMoonlight Swim In the Tropics Ono evening said the man of commerce after I had been In Jamaica having a week of tho joys of swimming this stream I proposed to to couple of my friends that we break the monotony by taking a dip in the a water by moonlight One of them con sented and we were soon disporting ourselves In the clear moonlit water We were going along easily and enjoying the swim Immensely Rarely kayo I seen the water so phosphorescent Every stroke made fire whirl a a BUSSCHE of German Embassy around us and once when I looked over at my companion who was swim ming abreast of mo probably a hun dred feet away ho seemed to be ab solutely Immersed in sparkling flamo But that same moment I became aware of a third area of swiftly moving phos phorescence between us and the next instant I realized that it was made by a big shark a good three feet longer than I am- Shark Was Gamey I splashed hard but the shark contrary to the habits of his kind did not turn taU Ho kept right on and then my companion saw him and became nervous Ho began to swim unevenly and I knew at once that he might not keep his head If the big fish should really try to annoy him So I struck straight across at right anglesJust as I got half way over the shark put on speed and forged head down on mo For a moment as I saw that green submarine streak of fire with the glistening dorsal fin sticking up higher than my head com ling straight for me like a shot I was nearly panic stricken myself But I turned directly at him pounding and lashing the sea with hands and feet and blowing the water to make a bel lowing noise The man eater sank beneath tho surface and I could see his faintly Illuminated outline going down down slowly till it glimmered fath oms deep Then I got my hand under my companions armpit and helped him along- I guess you dont ever want a moon u light swim hero again after that oh 1 said one of his hearers Oh we were kind of scared aright was tho reply but It wasn that bad Only I will confess that we sat around for nearly an hour gottin our nerves straightened out before wo swam back GREAT CULEURA CUT Biggest Piece of Digging Ever Undertaken A Huge Mexican Drainage Cut Tho hugo excavations for the Pans ma Canal across the Culebra divide will be by far the greatest furrow In the earths surface ever made b human agency This statement is made by tho Engineering News in a com prehensivo discussion of tho great excavation projects of the world Tin big Panama cut is so largo that tin mind fails to grasp Its real magnitude and it can only bo appreciated by comparison with sonic familiar object question of considerable Interest recently raised by a correspondent re lates to the largest existing artificial excavation which is at all comparable with tho Culebra cut Great amounts excavation were done of course on such works as tho North Sea Canal the Ianchester Canal and the Suez Canal but all these were built through comparatively level country So far as it has been able to dis cover tho only deep cut at all com with that to be made through he Cuelbra divide Is the great Nociii stongo cut through the hills which surround the Valley of Mexico This hugo excavation was begun In 1G10 for tho purpose of affording an outlet the flood waters which had inuu dated the City of Mexico and destroyed great part of the city and its in habitants For more than a hundred and forty years labor on this great work was the chief task of the Mex ican nation and it was not until the year 17S9 that It was finally completed The total length of tho Nocliistongo cut Is twelve and onehalf miles Its jreatest depth Is 197 feet and its greatest width is 3C1 feet The total amount of material excavated was about 54 000000 cubic yards In comparison with this the cut at Culebra will have considerably greater maximum depth and width oven for the project with the elghtyllvo foot summit level The total cube of excavation at the Culebra divide was estimated by En gineer Wallace as 180000000 cubic yards for the sealevel canal and 111 000000 cubic yards for a canal with sixtyfoot summit level While In mere size of excavation tho cut through tho Panama divide is by far tho larger tho fact that the Nochlstongo cut was made with abso lutely no aid from maclilnerj or me chanical power but wholly with human muscle makes our task on the Isthmus seem like mere childs play in comparison with that accomplished by those patient toilers under the tor rid sun of Mexico two centuries ago When one recalls that this deep art ficial valley moro than twelve miles long was all dug by the labor of In dians who excavated the material with the crudest hand tools and carried it In baskets on their heads to the place of final deposit tho great cut of Nochistongo is entitled to rank with the Pyramids of Egypt among the worlds greatest wonders What Governs Price of Dogs The price paid for a dog seems to be governed not so much by the valuo ofI the animal as tho sentiment of the purchaser in tho vast majority of cases and as a rule the sporting dog brings the lowest figure Doubtless this isI duo to the fact that the man who wants a gun dog is a practical person while tho seeker after the show dog pays Tor running the show It Is granted right here that many a good gun dog also shows well but tho highest prices go for the show animal pure and sim plo At a recent sale of pointers and set ters at Birmingham England ono of the most important sales In years the entire lottwo score or moresold for 53025 The highest price paid was 325 for the famous female pointer Coronation four and a half years the winner of many championships while among the setters tho choice was Ightfield Bang four and a half years a great field trial winner who brought only J185 American purchasers would have thought these dogs cheap at 1000 apiece In contrast with these prices tne bull terrier Woodcoto Wonder sold in New Haven for 5000 to a San Fran cisco purchaser Richard Croker Jr paid 3000 for his Champion Rodney Stone and Frank Gould paid as high as 5000 for a St Bernard These are real prices unllko many of the amounts running up Into the thousands tagged on to bench space of not a few 30cent dogs exhibited at some of the kennel shows where It Is believed nec essary to have something attractive Highest Salaried Woman Miss Kate Holliday Claghorn of Brooklyn has been appointed to bo registrar of the tenement house depart mont of the city and Is tho highest paid woman In the civil service of New York State her salary being 3000 a year At a competitive examination tho only other person to pass was George Hale a veteran In the department whose average was a little less than that made by his successful rival Miss Claehora r a vrv pretty young woman of modest and unassuming manner d q RESOURCES OF THE SOUTH TIIKY ARE MAGNIFICENT uiT DEVELOPMENT HAS ONLY JCST CO1JJIBVCEllI No Section of the United States Offers Productive Land So Cheap OpportuntiCj for Many Millions of Hurui Humus 1 V WltUAU E SMYTIIE It IB a comfort to us to look forward to the day whoa our children and our MaiuUlnlilruii will be ftilllludKud citi zens of the Republic Will they have the same chance or an equally good chance with us or the chances that our fathers an1 our grandfathers had to enjoy the blessings of our free In HlltuiiuiiH Will they 1m vo tile chance that we have to make or secure each a home of 11s own It hRS Fern 11111 that the true test of statesmanship Is tp provision which IE made for the comfort of posterity The present population of the United States WILLIAM E SMYTHE IB 80000000 A generation more at the present rate of niuruusu mill It will be 120000000 or 130000000 A century hence It will be 500000000 Tho children of some of us anyway our grandchildren will live to seo that date Will the United States then be able to sustain such a population 1 No nor half that number oven with every arable acre cultivated according to present methods It is estimated that with every such acre cultivated after the present manner the country could produce only enough to sustain 144 000000 people What about tho re maining 350000000 souls of which our children or grandchildren will be a partDo wo over stop to think that the matter for organizing rural settlement throughout the United States of Building the Unfinished Republic 1 II you please Is not merely a matter of Increasing material prosperity or even a matter of making homes for the homeless but something which is absolutely vital to the very existence of the Nation in times to come and to come very shortly Somebody must look ahead some body must take account of tho needs of the futuri fhls IIs a portentous question which the future must an swer and which the future simply cannot answer unless the present gene ration begins to organize its forces for tlic systematic 111111 siliiitHif develop ment of our entire fund of natural wealth nor even then unless methods are devised to prevent waste and to increase efficiency in every direction The Prophecy of Malthub A century ago one Malthus started the world by depleting the horrors which would some day come from overpopulation His theory was that the number of human beings increased muvli faster than the means of subsistence hence that disaster must come in the natural course of events It was not given him to foresee how vastly the means of subsistence would be Increased through the Inven tion of laborsaving machinery the dis covery of new crops and methods of cultivation and the improvement of the means of distribution So that many of tho presenttime writers having in mind the advance of science speak in no little derogation of the teaching of Malthus as narrow and JHled upon Ignorance of the vast everunfolding resources of the world Nevertheless Malthuss warnings were not entirely unjustified and as applied to ourselves It must be conceded that the thoughtful people of the United States have no moro urgent business than to make broad outlets for surplus population upon the soil and to train the rising generation so that it will know how to make the best possible use of natural resources now wastefuly employed or altogether neglected Necessity the prolific mother of invention will doubtless continue to place In our handy new tools which will mnltlnly our power of production 1t If wo would escape rave trials and hardships vp must do thoroughly and well the work wMh needs to be done in organizing prosperity for our people by means of ruial settlement The rural settlement and all that this term involves in its broad sf n plication tho division of land Into smaller farm homes sufficient for the support of a faintly from the soil the diversification of crops and their ut most cultivation and the improvement and breeding up of plants so that they will yield their greatest product tho utilization of every waste and unproductive acreIn short the settling of the entire country Into small rural homes so that each family shall own a piece of land from which he may secure a living for himself and his family this is the work than which there is no more important question before the country today The Empire of tjie South Now all this is merely introductory to a discussion of the opportunities for domestic expansion in various parts of our great country and of the need of private and public enterprise In mak- Ing these opportunities available for the masses of men First of all let us look at that great empire which lies between Mason and Dixons line and the Gulf of Mexico and for the most part east of the Mississippi River A native of New England and a citizen of the Pacific Coast I never fully grasped the truth about the South until through travel I saw and came to know things as they are I once thought of the South ns an old country vastly interesting because of Its historic associations running back to the earliest English settlements on this continent but practically developed to the limit of its normal growth and possessing resources Inferior to some other portions of the Union especially to those of the Far WestThe truth is something very differ ent In an economic sense the South Is a new country with immense ro Continued on next page THE ANGLE LAMPIH not nil improvement on the old style lump but nn entirely NEW AlCTIIODof buriilnir oil which hun iiiutlc common UUIOHCUC or cool oil the must tmtlHftictory of nllllluctliiuiitit And when we say satisfactory wo vicar satisfactory not an illuminant that merely gives a brillant light but ot tha combines brilliancy with soft restful pleasing qual- Ity that Is ccnvenlent as gus we I1S a tal1ov candle and yet so economical tQ burn thut In a few months use IT ACTUALLY PAYS FOR ITSELF Tho ordinary lamp wits the round wick generally considered tho cheapest of all I lighting mcihi dii burns but about 6 hours on a quart of oil while The Angle Lamp burns a Cull16 hours on the 6ame quantity This even where oil cheap soon amounts to more than Its entire orljinal cost Uutin another way it saves as muchperhaps more Ordinary lamps must III ways beturned at full height although c an average of two hours n night all that is really needed is a dim light ready to be turned up full when wanted A gallon of oil a week absolutely wasted simply because your lamps cannot be turned low without unbearable odor A H this is saved In The Angle Lamp for whether burned at full height or turned low It gives not the slightest trai of odor or smoke YNt should know more about the lump which for its convenience and which soft restful tight mIght be considered a luxury were It not for the wonderful ceonomy makes- It an actual necessity Write for our catalogue 15 fully explaining thisnew principle of oil lighting and for our propusitlon to provo these statements by 30 DAYS TRIAL vhenoeh people o cxPrrMnt Cleveland the n ckerllr Carneale and thonind nrnlltrry IIfteltrlnlfjhe Iam da It oDtableo Ill oat nndelceirlelight Si- trrerdthrow Ilandacrtrlrneeutatererdlnarlumpbllburclrwerth ourtr sculls end nprtinr potHlto Onil out uboutlt VMib ortlsrabW1eIUimq SJ v rlptlri Iron 81 M op and our booklet LlghtTnr and Common Hcn v whl U clwyou the bvuvnt ut mr ten Jtfn pt experience with alt killa uc lltfliUDK method j THE ANGLE MANUFACTURING CO 7880 MURRAY ST NEW YORK C Td d U 1 d 7 w t 1 1 l tTher Breckenridge News 1906r11111j will save the dyspeptic from many J days of misery and enable him to eat whatever he wishes They preventy SICK HEADACHE i cause the food to assimilate and nour j Jlsbthe body give keen appetite DEVELOP FLESH- and solid muscle Elegantly sugar coated at Take No Substitute ITfit i ANNOUNCEMENT For Congress Wearo Authorized to announce the lION BEN JOHNSON of Nelson county as a candldatl for Congress In the Fourto Con ofthe r A p Pate was in the city Friday Cot David Henrrof Irvington was jjf In town Friday ig OtesTaalMattinglywent to Evans 1JvJ1le last Wednesday to visit k Mrs T S Nichols and daughter were in Uawesville Inet weak Mrs M E Bnrdette of Owensboro visited Mrs Collins last week Scheme No5 will save you at least 125 on every room you paperEdward Gregory Uncle Ennis Mooiman was in town batnraay Uncle Enmsis a faithful old subscriber to the News Mrs Batt and son of Cannelton who has been visiting relatives here returned home Saturday- H L Stader sold the two tine horses he has been driving to his dray to a Tell City party last week for 850 J T Matthews was in the city Sat- urday1 from Mattinely Mr Matthews IS a sturdy and prosperous young farmer of his neighborhood and well liked by all Mrs George Jordon bas had a fine A lot of trees set out on the vacant lot f adjoining her hotel property Clover L1 port would be a store beautiful town if others owning vacant lots would I carry out this idea I T W Holiday went to Chicago last Wednesday Mr Haliday says be will have his hotel at Tar Springs complet t ed by June 1 if material can be secur ed Impovements have been made in i various ways at the Springs MrI Hallduy says that he can till the hotel J witn guests as soon as it is comoleted J Ernest Popham who bas been en- gagedr in the merohantile business here as senior partner of the firm of Popham Bros will leave for Red Moon Okla v homa March 10 where he will estab lIsh a mercbnntile business Ernest Is a hustling young man and has made a success in this city He has a fine character and a good reputation The News wishes him much success in his new fie- ldLoss of Flesh When you cant eat breakfast take Scotts Emulsion When you cant eat bread and butter take Scotts Emulsion When you have been living on a milk diet and want something a little more nourishing take Scotts EmulsionTo fat you must eat fat Scotts Emulsion is a great fattener a great strength giver Those who have lost flesh want to increase all body tissues not only fat Scotts Iimulsion increases them allI bone flesh blood and t l t lerveFor invalids for con valescents for consumptives for weak children for all who need flesh Scotts Emulsion is a rich and com Portable food and a natural omc Scotts Emulsion for bone 1 tiesh blood and nerve We will send you a free sample- Be sure that this picture In the form of t label It on the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy scon BOWNE CHEltIlTSwC 409 Pearl St Mlly t soon dr1 SOc and taAcest I roll repeated to mort I do not kno wino or tho ad oi Dates 5c lbJulian Brown Tobacco camo in Monday lightly Mike HendricK was in town Monday Butter beans Go lbJulian Brown James Uowdry went to Chicago Sun dayJno D Babbnce was in Leitch field Monday pass Grace Ferry was at home from LouisvHIe Sunday Edward Harris was at home from Louisville Sunday Best ralslns7o lbJulian Brown Miss Eula Kennedy ot Lodibnrg is the guest of Miss Essie Bobler White fish 5clb Julian Brown Born to tho wife of L T Reid March 7a boy Lathtiope Tracy Jr Mrs Jno Burns and daughter Miss Jeanette went to Chicago Sunday Miss Alice Board was in Greensboro Sunday visiting Mrs Chas Cunning hamMrsJess Keys and children returned Monday trom a short visit to Lodii burgMrs John Beavin went to Cannel ton Monday to spend a week with re lativesMrs Mars Fnchs returned Monday to Tell City after a visit to Mrs M HammanMaster Walter Welsenberg returned Monday from a visit to relatives at StepbensportMrs left for Moweaqua Ill Monday to reside Mr White has located there y Proctor Keitn has returned to Eliza beth town after a visit to his parents Mr find Mrs J E Keita Mr and Mrs R E Moorman and daughter Miss Margaret spent Satur day and Sunday in Henderson with relativesEdward Bowne has returned from a months stay in St Louis and the west in the interest of Murray Roofing Tile Co My line of wall paper this Reason is better than ever Let me show you how I can save middle men and stock deal ers profit for you Edward Gregory Kidney and navy beans 4c lb Julian Brown and sour pickets Go doz ISweet Northern early Rose potatoes 80c bu Julian Brown Northern early Ohio potatoes 85c uJdlian Brown Bring your produce to J H Brown Cash or trade price Col Ferd Owen of near Glendeane watt the guest of Mr and Mrs Jno D Babbage Tuesday One of the fiercest storms ever known in March raged in the Pacific North west Monday and Tuesday MrsH Harris of Evansvilleamv ed Monday tdvisit her parents Mr and Mrs Martin Brans Rev B M Cume left Tnesday ta attend Mill Year Missionary meeting of Louisville Conference Greenville Three Henderton Route engineers and six firemen were indefinitely layed off this week on account of light traffic Tbe Ladles of the Baptist church will give a Name social next Tues day night Mar 10 at Olzes hall Music and refreshments Amtrlcnn Bowling Congress Louis ville March 17 to 27 245 round trip Cloverport to Louisville and return Tickets on sale March 16 1718and 10 good to return March31 Canned tomatoes corn hominy peas kraut apples rahnbaib pump kin and many other different varieties of canned goods at Oo can or three cans for 25c Julian Brown BOURKE COCIIRAN SOLD Editor Farmers Home Journal Wo have just sold our fine 4year old saddle stallion Bourke Coch ran sired by Chester Dare dam by Denmark Chief to Mr C H Drury of Bewleyville Ky price 1500 Wo think this the best son of Chester Dare and the best one we ever owned He is a show horse never was beaten in the show ring but once in two years He is sure to makesgreat sire Vi rj truly J V 3gyd Son Shelbyville K r WHY A MORvGE The editor of the arm Journal J asks Why have i mortgage on the farm poor crjX rheum atism sour bread grip jleak in the roof hole in the pocket skeleton in the closet or any other pain or trouble when you can get the Farm Journal for the bal ance of 1906 and all of 1907 1508 1909 and 1 vJhuarly Jive years cur her rj t= ws1forPaalf They ationalists fatherICiICi futhe OriCO lkatlvo into manIE gu Zi t- b if- ited ated one I had II al ears e rtflT1t thewarable smile of the llf j 1 A PcCATARRHCURE Elys Cream Balm It quickly absorbed Civet Relief at Once It cleanses soothes protectsthe brano It cures Catarrh and drives I theIHAY FEVER Taate and Smell Full size GOcts at Drug gists or by mall 5 Trial Size 10 eta by mail ElyBrothers CO Warren Street New York Didnt Know why He Tapped Car Wheels The inefficiency of Mexican labor was under discussion by ai group of mining promotersI On my last trip to Mexico said one while our rtain halted at Jimulco a dinner station on the Mexican Central I alightedand watched the mechanic who went fromcar to car sounding tho wheels with a hammer presumable to test their condition He waa fair type of the native skilled workman Just to draw him out I inquired Why do you rap the wheels Setting down his torch ho staredat me in amazement be cause the master mechanic tolls mo to ho replied But why I per sisted What good does it do 1 do not know Senor said he The master mechanic tells me to strike each wheel and I do so That iis enough for me How long have you been working at this job I asked Two years ho replied For two years ho had been going through the form of sounding tie car wheels without the slightest knowledge of the object of the test or the slightest curisoity concerning it Philadelphia lice ord r Your Wants Supplied Wo are fully prepared to supply your wants for any thing in our line with entire satisfaction Repair work is one of our specialties Jewelry watches or anything that can be repaired you can depend on us to do it right We respectfully solicit your patronage T C LEWIS SON HARDINSBURG KY I ra All Day Dinner Mr and Mrs J E Keith entertained Mr and Mrs Jno P King and family to an all day dinner party Sat at their home on the Hill R B Pierce was at home Sunday from the Extension 7 t DRRPKEENE ffIAepre8entln TAYLOR KEENE M j IIDENTISTS j OF OWENSBOROf ty Will be In Dr IlRhtfoots office one ifli week out of each month prepared to walton all wishing Iflgli Class Den1 Ustry I1Dale1 7 J J rI tIFWantsAdvertisements 1 head at nne cent a word per week PllleelIurdlnsburltstands In Urccknnrdgu county For trims lIardlnsburlIyFOIL SALEA good farm 701 acres well 1m roundSituatedfrom Qlcndeune 100 acres bottom land Will sell at a bargain on easy terms B A Whit tlnxblll Olendcane ICy SATEOne threeroom cOttul all rooms plastered one acre lot 36 bearing trees and outbuildings Another lot of two cheapforned Ky- FOR SALEf5 vapor bath outfit for t2 J IlabbiiKO Jr TO RENTRoom either furnished or not Ruder service Sirs J D ilubbage FOIL SALE One new Eastman plate Cam No3 Takes picture 3MxO leather case and one plate holder Camera has latest ImllrovementJand Is ihtbbage ono of Eastmans best copyII TO ENCIIANGE lOO Cash Register for good horse Apply at News cake port PALE Several milch cows 2 T Holt Jy- WANTEDTo trade frulttrees for lumber on Jno D Ilabbagc Clo verport Ky FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of good machines Also new and secondhand Gas and Gasoline StreetLoulsvUle J H FERRYRepairs Watches Jewelry and Clocks Call on him at- Glendeane Kv HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Homeseekers Excursions to all points to which homeseekers rates apply One way Second class rates to the South and South East On tbe first and third Tuesdays of each monthSpecial Home Seekers rates to west and southwest March 6 and 20 One way second class colonist rates to west and southwest March G and 20 One way Colonist rats to California and Northwest Feb 15 to April 7 and Sep 15 to Oct 31 1100 BURNAM FOR GOVERNOR Certain Republicans of Ken tucky it is reliably stated have practically agreed upon Judge A U Burnam of Richmond for tho Republican nomination for Governor of Kentucky in 1907 Republican leaders believe he can bring together the two factions in the party Dr Milton Board has been appiont ed ny the Governor aa a member of the Board of control of Kentucky Asy lam at a salary of 3500 a year WANTED500Acres We want Farmers to contract and grow 500 Acres of Tomatoes for Polk Packing Company Fruit to be delivered at your nearest Railway Station on L H St L Ry For full particulars address Polk Packing Companyii 304 Keller Building Louisville Or Cloverpot Ky Party urday Laundry settlers MEET ME AT NOLTES I Get your Boy ready for Spring Buy him a nice Suit f- orNEASTERNZ A nice lot to select from just arrived Knee Suits for the little Tots Long Pant Suits for the Youth Nobby Suits for the young Han For the grownups we have the right kind Let us fit you out St Patricks DaySaturday March 17 We have the Badges and Shamrock to wear that day J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky You Are Underfavorite It is reliable sweet nutritious C MelleMAKERSI If X JtVh Y I Ir customers Moreover we frequently do un t known to them as oppor tititunities often come to us iin ways LET US HAVE YOUR BUSINESS 4 r All business entrusted to jjus will receive prompt and ID Icareful attention Highest 1 rate of interest paid on time A hhdeposits i INSURED AOA I X S T 1IRLOSS 11V FIRE AND iH- II l BURGLARY CONSER ili VATIVE BOARD OF DIRECTORS EFFI 1 1CIEST OFFICERS 1 Bank of Gloverport J KyJ DONT LET THE HOUSE DOG SUFFER Do not let the house dog suffer with mange or the cat with a cut foot because no one knows the right thing to do for them Be fore you try to any pet an imal you should get the Biggle Pet Book and read what Jacob Biggle says about the hest ways of caring for them in health and sickness Every family that has any kind of a pet from a white mouse to a Shetland pony should get this book Written in Judge Biggies best style crisp and spicy 142 pages in the book and illustrated with more than 100 engravings from photographs The price is 50 cents free by mail address the publishers Wilmer Atkinson Co Philadphia A WRONG Impression if you think it makes no difference what brand of flour youdesireyou must assist the cook by providing the best of materials In nothing is this more certain than in the flour you pro vide for your bread cakes and pies CADICKSGOLD FLOUR is the Try it hid I it mmconfidenthl keep PPPOK K 0ci xrf J Just tell us how much lumber you need We cc c xFraming and choice Poplar and i Walnut is ready for 5 you i i Thats the thing un ft able to get so quick before fa t Let us have your ix t order today = ctJ Stable may need re 5 J paIrscxx t J JSeatoni iiCloyerport Ky ikale itk SeetlititAi AAilAifittilieIt1eCf HCQUADY Born tothe wife of Bum McQary March 9 a bo- yMLCrews sold his new blacksmith shop to his son David Joe Pare who has been sick for some time is able to be out again Mr and Mrs Ward Burden visited relatives near Axtel last week Miss Georgia and Howey Putts were the guest of Dr and Mrs J A Sand bach last weeK Muse Mary Pate of Mattingly was the guest of her cousin Mrs Maud Hooberry last week Mr and Mrs James Weathers of Kirk weio the guest of Frank Lyons Saturday and Sunday Henry Burden has opned up a no w machine shop and is making arrange ments to pat in a foundry right soon Horace Tucker an sister Miss Carrie spent Sunday in Haw svl1le the guests of Mr and Mrs Thos Calov GrovIesTasTCffToth 7 hat stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and a Half WBon bottles Does this record of merit appeal to your No Cure No Eadoce4 wkh evtry fcotti k a Tea Ceat Mduge of Croves Blade loot LiverPayr sources which arc but in tho Infancy of their development Thero Is no other part of tho Republic which makes a stronger appeal to enterpris ing men whether they have large or small capital It is a beautiful coun try a healthful country and a country which holds out every promise of so clal satisfaction for thoso who go thero to make their homes Tho most amazing thing about tho South Is tho cheapness of its fertile agricultural lands though ono hears on every hand that prices have gono up considerably during tho past few years They must have been giving land away before for after years of national prosperity and wonderful strides in local settlement and development ono can still buy fine farm ing land at prices ranging from 5 an acre upward People regard 25 an aero as a pretty stiff price for lands which would be considered very reasonable at three or four times as much under tho same conditions in Colorado Utah Idaho Washington or California True tho Far Western lands aro Irri gated and Irrigation is a sort of mir ado which among other things gives extraordinary value to land But wo can compare these fertile Southern lands with the agricultural districts of Illinois Iowa anti other pralrlo States and still they aro literally dirt cheap There IB no way to account for it ex cept that the process of readjustment which has boon going on since the War has not yet brought Southern land up to tho level of prices prevail Ins in other parts of the United States With regard to markets In tho Wont we aro accustomed to long dis tances When we start on n journey we do not expect to arrive anywhere I v ATLANTA in pnrtloulnr in less than two or three days Our markets are n long way oft and tho burden of transportation iis lweosynrlly henvv Close Fine Markets But the Southern truckgardener and fruitgrower can reach treat cities in every direction in twelve twenty four and thirtysix hours Ho Is sur rounded by mining and manufacturing centers and has quick access to the big cities of tho North Ho is favored of course by the latitude which enables him to produce both the necessaries and luxuries of Northern tables while lud Frost ntlll Melds thu earth In his grip above Mason and Dixons line In tho matter of transportation tho new settler in the South is fortunate Compared with newer sections of the country the South is gridironod with railroads Not only so but it enjoys important natural advantages in tho way of navigation both interior and exterior It Iis manifestly good rail road policy to facilitate the settlement of trlbur railroad territory by mak ing matt vhlch colonization and or u h at1 lor to prosper Rail road i trf values increase rapldl iv Lla and develop dent The iltu Jio South con StllUt r v poi notation to all men who LI i r Iv prv Mir conditions of Hviii 1II jMtinp 31 Independence from ib ol1 Tin nai vho wants to avail htjiiwlt ov Miesi opportunities may do 1 vlth small outlay or capita without uniting for the adoptioi ol new public policies of any sort Hut ilt ib impossible to travel through tht Southern States without thinking of the obligation which rests upon the Nation to do certain things which must bo done before the largest economic results can be achieved I have been Interested for many years In the promotion of a govern rest Irrigation policy and In scientific forestry anti systematic colonization which are Inseparably associated with it slut those are only a part of the great work of Internal Improvements to which the government must sot its hand They are but a portion of the bigger problem pf Building tho Unfinished Republic and finishing the world in partnership with God To Upbuild the Nation The United States should draln tho Southern swamps for precisely the name reason that it stores tho waste flood water to irrigate the Western deserts in order that we may widen the foundations of our national life enhanco the common prosperity and give men more room in which to build their habitations We should preserve and extend tho forests on all the watts sheds of tho United States and not merely in tho mountains of tho West Wo should store tho floods and regu late tho flow of streams throughout tho land Wo should adopt policies which will everywhere facilitate the subdivision of tho soil into small holdings and the growth of Independent homes upon theso holdings Even in those sections which aro most densely peopled and perhaps least favored in natural advantages New England for examplethere is much to be dono in improving natural con ditions and new opportunities for successful rural settlement But it Is not enough to make the land ready for its highest uses the people must also bo mado ready to utilize tho land Every boy and girl should leave tho public schools prepared to mako a living and to collect it from mother earth herself when they desire to do so This is distinctly In line with our great need of Increas ing economic efficiency and thus enabling the country to meet tho de mands of increasing population The South is beautiful and promising as it Is but how much more beautiful and promising it would become with the adoption of public policies which would mako tho utmost of its natural advantages and which would train the rising generation so that they could realize tho best results from tho oppor tunities thus opened to them I reached Atlanta on a winter morn Ing and killed time before breakfast by visiting a statue which loomed through the growing light It was the memorial erected in honor of Henry W Grady by his appreciative fellow citizens And there I found two in scrlptlons which may well Inspire all the friends of national development and especially those who believe that our future security rests chiefly in tho THE GRADY MONUMENT AT GEORGIA to encourage jnct opening hope of establishing millions of new homos on the soil Hero are tho words Qlve tis the broad and perfect loyalty that loves and trusts Georgia alike with Massachu Sftttllat knows no South no East no West but endears with eijual and patriotic love every foot of our soil every State in our Union u1- t The cltiten standing in the door way of Ms home contented on his threihold his family gath errs about Ms hearthstone while the evening of a well spent lay closes in scenes and sounds that aro dcarost He shall save the Republic when the drumtap is futile and the barracks are exhausted Was on the Dill ol Fare A man entered a restaui ant took a seat and after a little delibcution asked the waiter for a plate of flyspecks The waiter reported the w omplimcn tary request to the proprietor whereupon the latter approached the customer and informed him that he did not serve fly specks Then was the reply I trould suggest that you take them off the bill of fare CARVING BY MACHINERY BATTLEFIELD MEMORIES OF GETTYSBURG FASHIONED BY COMPRESSED AIR Historic Spots of the Conflict Mark ed by Memorials of Artistic De signExpense and Time Saved by Yankee Ingenuity Tho field of Gettysburg and tho other scenes of strife in our great Civil War aro rapidly being filled with memorials in granite marblo and bronze which will greatly enhanco tho interest of these national parks for all visitors and particularly for those I A MASTERPIECE SHAPED BY PNEUMATIC I of future generations who cannot havo tho aid of any veteran of tho great conflict to guldo them to tho points of interest Tho tablets statues monuments and other memorials which aro finding placo in rapidly Increasing numbers Upon those historic battlefields havo been orected In somo instances by tho Congress of the United States but In a majority of cases the expense has boon defrayed by States or by veteran or patriotic organizations Somo of the memorials aro mute testimonials to tho bravery of fallen comrades while others aro tributes to tho command ers conspicuous In this engagement or that However tho matter does not stop here and of lato many commemorative masterpieces of sculpture have been installed to mark in each in stance tho exact spot rendered memor able by some notablo assault or de fense or some other unusual event in the great drama of the War for tho Union The production of groat numbors of these battlefield memorials has resulted in another Yankee scheme for saving time and labor namely tho in troduction of sculpture by machinery Formerly all tho statues carved from marblo or granite had to bo slowly and laboriously chiseled by hand Un tier tho now order of things all this is changed and mechanically operated tools cut away the hard material and carve in tho stone representations of human figures lettering etc in a frac tion of the timo that would bo required fur to samo work under tho old methodsMany ingenious Tools Tho tools which aro instrumental in performing this Ingenious sculpture by machinery aro what aro known as pneumatic tools that is they are op orated by compressed air Instead of by steam or electricity Tho typo most commonly used might bo described as a combination hammer and chisel and how much more speedily such can work than could a workman with the oldfashioned chisel and hammer may bo appreciated when it is stated that by means of tho compressed air tho hammer is mado to strike hundreds of blows per minute In this mechanical chiseling the pneumatic tool which Is a portable pleco of apparatus Is held in the hand of a workman and by him guided pack and forth on tho stone surface wherever cutting Is to be done The compressed air Is led to tho tool through a rubber hoso and the oper ator can with tho utmost ease and at a moments notice regulate the forco of the hammer blows according to tho depth of the cutting required Moreover different styles of pneu matic tools are provided for tho aI rious classes of work to bo performed in producing a statue or other monument For Instance there is one tool for light carving tracing and lett r- Ing on granite ami a different ono or heavy carving and large raised letU s The tools require from five to se n cubic feet of free air per minute o operate them In tho battlefield me I SCULPTURE BY MACHINERY rials now being erected In many lo mountedloronrepresentations cannon cannon balls flogs etc v In Old Ireland In connection with what Is known as tho Irish revival an interesting work has been started by Irish ladles in a village close by Dublin Three industries were selected namely the printing of books embroid ering on Irish linen and the weaving of tapestry and carpets and some exquisite work has boon produced One of tho leading ideas of tho promoters has been to produce things which will bo recognized as Irish both in style and design In tho carpets for example all ordinary patterns are discarded in favor of thoso recogniz ably Irish Many of tho workers are Irish peas ant girls who by patient training TOOLS havo acquired rare skill in their arc tistic pursuits As a means of keep ing tho Irish people at homo and winning back their old prosperity everyone Will wish tho scheme to boa success to Why We arc Right Klan dcd Why do wo use the right hand in preference to the left An anatomist who has studied the question very closely says that It Is largely a matter of heredity The early races of men must have used the right hand in fighting reserving the left to cover tho left sldo of the body where woundsas their experience showed them were tho more danger I ous This more frequent use of tho right hand would react upon tho brain bringing about a special development of that part which controls the right hand One of tho most scholarly women of society in the National Capital is Mrs Henry Cabot Lodge As the daughter of Rear Admiral Charles H Davis she was reared in an atmosphere of culture She took a college couro in Wellesley and studied in other scats of learning She takes a keen interest in Greek research and the reading of proof sheets D14QJ Onllu UUiIactorr JiwIrlbhPoop Unbalance pajmenU Beaeatu Today OFTis a a a a a IcRID11 We to or plea of you utet f eat payasf w know toy aN any quality tad 4 et Write Y Credit world b mlWe alt We the Bold tt the Pair Ft could U ilTco ror 111 o Oude Ellin end Wallha Watches lads end trvm 1100 I1 oIhl 111141 of etc Select anj article you with end will on It entirely reUlii w la debt equal nwnttJly then II iw to pv Write for t 5 I in n 5 lylce rrrCM McJtAnov Phlln Pa Counsel A 1 WANAMAKEli Ia ItoutoyrIauiGmmatu DIAMOND CUTTERS WATCHMAKERSJEWELERSDepartment CHICACO ILLINOIS SA SAFE INVESTMENT More Per Month Buys Protected Interest Trooical Plantation AnmTnOJflJExU 111LUI1ElBertlaryand thoGuIlln papaidShareholders earnIntawalrubberhanequenandtroptalfruluand lshiploadsto parandcityIsJous Write today far tree handsomely Illustrated bring without charge INTERNATIONAL LUMBER JDEVELOPMENT CO 796 Drexel Building Philadelphia 31 Boxes of Gold 300 Boxes of Greenbacks For the most words made up from these letters Y I 0 GrapeNuts 1 people earn these prizes Around the fireside or about the welllighted family reading table during the winter evenings the children and grownups can play with their wits and see how many words can made 20 people making the greatest number ofwords will each receive a little box containing a 1000 gold piece 10 persons will each win box containing a 500 gold piece 300 people will each win a box containing 100 paper money and one person who makes the highest number of words over all contestants will receive a box containing 10000 in gold It is really most fascinating bit fun to take up the list evening after evening and see how many words can added A few rules are necessary for absolute fair play Any word authorized by Websters Dictionary will be counted but no name of Both the singular and plural can be as for instance grape and grapes The letters YIOGrapeNuts may be re peated in the same word Geographical names authorized by Webster will be counted Arrange the words in alphabetical classes all those beginning with A together and those ning with E to come under Eetc When you are writing down the words leave some spaces in the E and other to fill later as new come to you for they will spring into mind every evening It is almost certain that some contestants will with others In such cases prize identical in value and character with that offered in that class shall be awarded to each Each one will requested to send with the list of words a plainly written letter describing the advantages Nuts but the contestant is not required to purchase pkg These letters are not to contain poetry or fancy flourishes but simple truthful statements facts illustration A person may have experi enced incipient or chronic ails traceable to unwise selection of food that failed to give the body and brain the energy health and power desired Seeking better conditions a change in food is made and GrapeNuts and cream used place the Suppose one quits the meat fried potatoes starchy sticky messes of halfcooked oats or wheat and cuts out the coffee Try say for breakfast a bit of fruit dish of GrapeNuts and Cream boiled eggs slice hard toast and cup of Food Coffee Some amateur You Assume No Risk When Dealing with Us Are Head7 Send On Approval Any Diamond Witch other itwtlrj mar renonr tfcal he Wit llihnt Or work 1IIaIIIIiIn for tJatlToda7 f Fepopderne ncewfal Sjrtyrj loth ecaull Prop Simple ConfuioUal No leeartflIo Endorsement Xo Internet wen ewuded Modal 111111 Award WorMe lwle HottroQnt odcrieoeot Write uurw OatelogTody I 1010 lidII be eent approval It 1 fulfwl U taOoB A or OFFICERS begin For former diet soft l U r f 1tUIa This Company Is developing Its Guarantees 8 Per Cent Interest payable semlannuaUjr to all who buY Its shares Whenever possible extra dividends 0711 this year stock will provide our shareholders a substantial In come for life and a legacy for their families Nearly 1000 laborers under experienced managers employed Mahogany from our A woodturning factory has been estab lished Stores factories and tannery in I operation Now Is the Time to Invest k A limited number of shares offered at par 300 payable 5 per month per share Each share of stock represents fourteen acres cf land Price of stares will soon be Increased to S3S0 The stockholders money Is fully secured as the entire property Including over 200 buildings railroad line etcriiifor in juts and deeded in trust for protection Of stockholders to Philadelphia trust company Investment returned In cue death If desired Over 3000 persons already receiving dividends BOARD OF DIRECTORS Cotulxt of officer and 1110 tlUUllL1 rre CUr t Justice Supreme Court Norfolk Neb VICTOR Do Posy JIIo Du root Powder Work Wilmington Del A O sTIWRT ExAtty Gen Porto like Bu Juan P It booklet tnd paper A rcqucs t by posfaf or letter will both to your door Pa r I 331 will be one in of be person used A columns in words t tie be of Grape a of some in of two of Postum cf saysUA man would faint away on that but my dear friend we will put dollars to your pennies that the noon hour will find a man on our breakfast huskier and with a stronger heartbeat and clearerr working brain than he ever had on the old diet Suppose if you have never really made a move for absolutely clean health that pushes you along each day with a spring in your step and a reserve vigor in muscle and brain that makes the doing of things a pleasure you join the army of plain old common sense and start it now Then after you have been two or three weeks on the GrapeNuts training you write a statement of how you used to be and how you are now The simple facts will interest others and surprise yourself We never publishnames except on permission but often tell the facts in the newspapers and when requested give the names by private letter There is plenty of time to get personal experience j with GrapeNuts and write a sensible truth ful letter tobe sent in with the list of words as the contest does not close until April 30th 1906 So start in as soon as you like to building words and start in using GrapeNuts Cut this statement out and keep the letters YIOGrapeNuts before you and when you write your letter you will have some reason to write on the subject Vhy I Owe GrapeNutsRemember 331 persons will win prizes which will be awarded in an exact and just manner as soon as the list can be counted after April 30 1906 Every contestant will be sent a printed list of names and addresses of winners on application in order to have proof that the prizes are sent as agreed The company is well known all over the world for absolute fidelity to its agreements and every single one of the 331 winners may depend on re ceiving the prize won i Many persons might feel it useless to contest but when one remembers the great number o- fprizes331the curiosity of seeing how many words can really be made up evening after evening and the good natural fun and education in the competition it seems worth the trial there is no cost nothing to lose and a fine opportunity to win one of the many boxes of gold or greenbacks We make the prediction that some who win a prize of gold or greenbacks will also win back health and strength worth more to them than a wagon full of money prizes iThere are no preliminaries cut out this statement and go at it and send in the list and letter before April 30th 1906 to Postum Cereal Co Ltd Battle fFsCreekplainly written i i d f 3 Cl x a T Me V4 1r42 i 1 The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MARCH 14 1000 YOUNG MANLET WHISKY ALONE Says Mr J E KeithSix of Ills Companions Have Died Drunkards THO liE EATS 70thBIRTHDAY DINNER Let whisky alone young man are the words cf Mr J b Keitb who Hto his 70th birthday dinner last Wednesday Mr Keith is n living ex ample of temperance As he was pass ing the corner at the Jordon House wbere once stod the old brick hotel aetrickinglj vivid picture came to Mr Keith and he remarked to a News representative when I first came to Cloverport fifty years ago I boarded at that hotel and went to school with six other boys about my age of well known familes At nights we I would go into the saloon which stood there pointing to tne site on which is built Mr Curt Weather hops store and play games as to who should pay for our drinks of wine and other decoctions All of us had plenty of money and lived high This ran on for awhile After a few years I marri ed and left off my frivolities TheC other six boys continued and drank more and more as they grew older And what is the result All of them are dead now Some dying at an J early age as the result of drink The others soon passed away confirmed drunkards and useless men 1 say j young man leave whisky alone It will kill you I know it I have seen enough sin committed in my seventy years as the results of whisKy to curse a town I have seen this demon almost tare the very heart strings out of many R motherand now young man take my advice leave whisky alone These words coming from so respect ed a man as Mr J E Keith should bft heeded by every boy The results of intemperance he makes plain andI the result of temperance be himself is an example We doubt if there is a man in tne county who can stand more manual exercise for the same length of time than Mr Keith at seventy To riao a horse is mere play for him ana a half day or even a day in the saddle is a common nccurance In his program of life Life Guards The Life Guards are two regiments or cavalry forming art of the BriTish household troops They are gallant soldiers and every loyal British heart is proud of them Not only the Kings Household but yuurs ours everybodys should have I its life guards The need of them Iis especially great when the greatest foes of life diseases find alias in toe very elements as cold influenza catarrh the grip and pneumonia d- In o the stormy month of March The best way that we know of to guard against these diseases is to strengthen the system with Hoods Sarsuparilla tne greatest of all life guardtoIt removes the conditions in which these diseases make their most successful a tack gives vigor and tone to all the vital organs and fnnctionsand a genial warmth to tbe blood Remem ber the weaker the system the greater the exposure to disease Hoods Sarsaparilla makes the system strong 1904 Crops Sold The 1004 crop of Barley tobacco pooled at Hawesville has been sold and the money will bti ready on and after Monday lor distribution to thoseI entitled to same The prices are said to save been good Clarion Womens Kidneys Women are more gotten afflicted with kidney disorders than men but attri bate the symptoms to diseases peculiar ot their sex while in reality the kidneys are deranged Nervousness head ache puffy or dark uncles under the eyes pain in tho back are signs of kid ney trouble that must not be ignored or a serious malady will result Foleys Kidney Cure has restored the health of thousands of weak nervous broken down women It stops irregularities and strengtbens the urinary organs It purifies the blood and benefits the whole system A R Fisher Fifteen Indictments Fifteen indictments against officers of the Mutnal Reserve Life Insurance Company were handed down by the grand jury in New York Those Indicted are Frederick A Bnr ham president George D Eldridge first vice president and George Bnrnham second vice president The grand jury probably will enter upon a general investigation of insur ance affairs r i t4jf4ci 16111 W tLJ l I lION BEN JOHNSON- Of Nelson county candidate for Congress from Foarlli Congressional District subject to action Democratic party ST LOUIS LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by EvansSnlderBuel Co Live Stojck Commission Agent Special to the News National Stock Yards Ill March iLlght runs of cattle Monday Indicated a stronger mark anoll a few of our early sales show did a little ad vance however when it became evi dent the packers were not anxious to increase their already over supply of dressed beef the market settled down to slow steady basis as compared with the decline noted the latter part of last week and continued in his unsatisfactory condition until today when such beef steers as are selling from 400 to 4 75 ate 10 to 15 lower than a weeK ago and the better kinds those ranging from flSU to 500 are 15 to I J5 lowerA run ot butcher stuff met with a weak demand at unevenly lower values anywhere from 10 to 25 cents below a week ago The hulk of the fair to good heifers sold from ijl00 to 150 and cows ol the same description 325 to f3 00 Veal calves took a jump skyward and touched 350 pct cwt trirk theI As has been the case each week since the latter part of Januarv a new high tae been reached on hogs Several loads sold at fO50 and lots of good nogs going at U 40 Good 180 lt lights sold up to 1040 while the bulk of the good onts under 150 IDS sold from 015 to 025 and best pigs at 505 although most of the pigs sold from 5001 to 5 25 Keceipte of sheep continue light Colorado lambs are selling from 025 to 075bulk around 0 50 Hood native sheep sold np to 050 and good western ewes on the stocker or der at 425 We would appreciate hearing from any reader of the News as to the amount of live stock being prepared for market including names of those who have stock tor sihpment and conditions generally uppentainiug to the live stock IndustryEvans Buel Co LungstSeveral years since my lungs were manyshemorrhages writes A M Ake of Wood Ind 11 took treatment with several physicians without any benefit I then started to take Foleys Honey and Tar and my lungs are now as sound as a bullet I recommend it in advanced stages of lung trouble Fol eys Honey and Tar stops the cough and heals the lungs and prevents serious results trom a cold Refuse substitutes A R Fisher Buys Fine Monument Mrs Milt Miller of Hardinsburg bought of J E Keith Son last week a very handsome granite monu ment to be placed at the grave in the Rome grave yard of her late sister Miss Cornelia Brashear A Lively Tussle with that old enemy of the race Con stipation often ends in Appendicitis To avoid all serious trouble with Stomach Liver and Bowels take Dr Kings New Life Pills They per fectly regulate these organs without pain or discomfort 25o at Short Haynes druggist Biggest Stock In County JE Keith Son have at their mar ble works in this city the largest stook of granite and marble in brecjc enridire county Buyers by coming to this shop will save 25 per cent on foreign prices on every stone purchased The largest monument eve brought to Cloverport is on its way to J E Keith Son now from Aberdeane Scotland The duty on this atone was 10 Wii I tP tJw tr I PJ FOUR MORE TRAINS TO PASS TOWN With the advent of the L n- and St L railroad trains into into the Tcnthstreet station about the middle of April the L and N railroad will inaugurate a system of through service between Knox ville Tenn and St Louis by the way of Louisville and the Iiender on Route from Louisville to Evansville No plans for such through service have been completed but they have boon in contem plation for some months hull the final arrangement will be complete as soon as the IIendor on Route connections over the new line from West Point to Louisville are com pletedAccording to the present ideas two trains each way will bo run through from Knoxville to St Louis about twenty or twenty two hours being required to make the trip The trains will be operated from Knoxville over the L and N through Jellico Lebanon and Louisville and will connect at Evansville with the NashvilleSt Louis trains giving through serv iceIt is planned to make the trains operate driect and the service will be in addition to tho two St Louis trains operated dailyby the L iiand St L Tho route laid out for the L and N Hendcrson Route trains is about the same distance as that of any other trains operated byother roads from the Knoxville territory Althought plans have not been completed for the entrance of Hen derson route trains into Tenth street station it is beloved by the officials of the line that the exten sion from West Point to Louisville will be ready for use about April 1 Although a few light freight trains have been operated over the extension during the winter the roadbed has not been generally used As tho ballasting has jjust been completed and this will be allowed to settle before the regular trains are operatedover the branch Several slight chan ges the in time talbe will be made when the extension is opened but these changes will not materially affect the operation of trains Wednesday Courier Journal The best way to rid the system of a cold is to evaoulate the bowls Kenn edvs Laxative Honey and Tar acts as a pleasant yet effectual cathartic of the bowels It cleats the head cuts the phlegm out of the throat strengthens the bronchial tubes relieves coughs colds croup whooping cough etc Sold by all druggists The New Church Assured Solicitors for the building fnnd of the proposed new ChristIan church are now at work and are meeting with splendid success Dr V O Standish Rev Hudspeth and George Bentley pledge 100 each Thomas and James Ireland of tiklllman 150 each Numerous smaller amounts ot course will be given The Messis Ireland we understand will also donate a hand some Memorial Window to the build ing in honor of their father and moth er With the fund or about 500 I brought into the organization by the Baptist element this manes the andrthere is no doubt of the now building going up Several locations are being considered but nono has been agreed onClarionj- 1QlwitifSLLV I f ij t c rt STRAWBERRY PLANTS We have a complete list of strawberry plants No plants sent ut until alter October 1st Aner December 1st our customers may deduct from the price 20 per cent We shall Issue a new catalogue In January giving full description of the old and new varieties Our cus tomers for strawberry plants cover every State In the union Wo can dip most every month du ring the winter and spring except some times In January an1f February Our plants ILIO tied In bundles of 25 each pacKed In moss In tho very best mnnncrln crates 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Lawrencebnrg with trains leaving Louisville at 010 a m and U30p m respectivelyThe of these trains will enable the people of Danville Harrods burg and other stations on the Danville Branch to leave their homes at a conIvenient honr in the morning and ar rive at Louisville at 1040 a m and they can then do their shopping and leave Louisville at 330 p m arriv ing Harrousburg at 047 p m Dan ville at 710 p m and other station conespondingly earlier The new tiains i maklnglocalDanville at 1010 a m wilt connect with Q C train No 5 for all local stations on Q C Route south of rlTheseI tlon to the present through trains which axe now being operated between- Louisville IIi and the Southeast via Lawrenceburg and Danville should prove a great convenience the Traveling Public Train No 1 will leave LouisvilleandII 750 n m instead of 8 a m and reach Danville at 10 65 a ji necting with Q C Ronte train No 5 also with train No 1 The Florida jsouthsouthTrain j No 23 carrying observation 1j sleeper which is operated through A without change from Louisville to a Jacksonville and St Augustine Fla 2 4 in connection with The Chicago Br4 Florida Special from Danville will Jcontinue to leave Louisville at 745 pc I m This New Train Service should 1 ofDanvillea i points as it will enable doA E ttheirtf1 thonth that It will have the effect 1 causing shoppers to go to LbqUvilltVM instead of CIncinatI and other po1ntIA j I Loss of appetite always results from faulty digestion All that is nsedetP is a few doses of Chamberlains Stow aoh and Liver Tablets They will ILL vigorate the stomach strengthen tkt N digestion and give yea an appeUtoL like a wolf These Tablets atof act as a gentle laxative rot sale fShort Us Haynes o w 4 0 LIyJ- y IUlieWcllse7lnilh It was during a Damrosch engage ment in Chicago that I happened to gc to the theatre ono evening I was alone as my wife had not been going out since the death of a relative The audience was a muslc loving one and during the third act as I strolled Into the foyer I found It quite deserted most unusual occurrence Wagner grows noisy to an uncultl1 vated ear after listening an hour so and the strains that came through the heavy closed doors wero moro agreeable to mlno I was about to return to my seat however when I no ticed a remarkably handsome woman emerge from the curtained door that led Into the lower boxes She was unusually beautiful of that flashing combination of dark eyes and golden hair that is so rare She was fashionably dressed an under her opera cloak I saw the gUmi I Imarof Jewels I expected her to sweep to her carriage instead of which she stopped in front of mo and began to look anxiously toward the outside t door Then she stepped back Into the curtain but almost Immediately returned and began to paco u and down more anxiously than before She was evidently looking for someone whose delay caused unusual alarmI Once I thought she started toward ino as If she was going to speak I thought I noticed this movement againi when I involuntarily approached hor Can I bo of any service to you madam I asked In a most defer ential tone which her bearing seemedI to demand She paused doubtfully a half sec ond then graciously explained Her father had left her at thei theatre expecting to return immedi ately ho had failed to do so and shei was oxtremely alarmed on his ac count and was also embarrassed at finding herself alono in a strange city at midnight In fact there was noth- Ing else for mo to do but to offer to see her home It was all arranged 1 a few seconds and under the charm of a woman who was of no ordinary typo She gave the directions to the driver I had ordered a carriage and after about an hours drlvo we stopped- In a part of the city that was not al together familiar to me though I could seo by the street lamps that iIt GLASS MY FINGERS was a fashionable if somewhat remote I neighborhood My companion had been too much agitated to engage in conversation dur ing tho drive except to wonder over her fathers unaccountable delay When the carriage stopped she hast ened to tho steps of a stately residence in tho middle of tho square A man in livery opened the door Is my father In sho asked in a tone in which I noticed some of thoI agitation had subsided Ah Hortenso my dear forgive I fell asleep and completely forgot you How did you get homo This voice came within and was followed by an elderly man of foreign appearance who came forward and extended his hand affectionately to his daughter as sho answered by explaining my presence I turned to go but with lavish expressions of grati tude usual to a foreigner ho fairly dragged me Into the house The outside appearance would hard ly have suggested tho magnificent apartments in which I found myself Rich hangings rare works of art and a general luxuriousness implied the most cultivated taste While the daughter swept into an adjoining room and brought refreshments with her own hand tho father engaged me in conversation on the topics of the day upon which ho showed more than ordinary intelligence I refused anything but a glass of wino which she poured from a decanter of rare workmanship rlchosrui3J one alscvAji Tier father kratherfillingfor hwrfelf They were delightful con Tiatlonalists I be came unusiaRy talkative myself The oonverR36n drifted into personal ex tr perjfidces I related one I had never wepeated to mortal ears before- I whether it was thffdo not know iI wine or the adorable smile of theIt 2I woman that was leading mo on She had thrown aside her opera cloak and reclined on n divan her golden hair gleaming against tho crimson draper her flail eyes holding two points of fire In their expanded pupils llko some Eastern enchantress under whose spell- a I was completely enthralled I felt my blood course through my veins with a sense of exhilaration I hind nev- or or before experienced I could have knelt at her foot She seemed a ties turo to be worshipped who could InI turn wield an influence strangely powerful I thought of tho historical women of fascination who have led men to do awful deeds Sho seemed- to recall tho pictures in my minds eye of such women as sho reclined thoro her eyes flashing darker under tho masses of hair that surrounded- d her fair face llko a crown of gold I gazed at her in a dazed steadfastness Involuntarily I raised my glass It was Again Tho third time as I would have guided It to my lips It fell from my trembling fingers and shlv ered at my feet I staggered and fell senseless- p a a When I awoke to consciousness I found myself at my own front door From tho numb conditions of my limbs I know I had been there at least an hour I fumbled at tho door with my latch key my fingers were all thumbs At last however It was opened I thanked my lucky star that my wife was fast asleep and I succeeded In getting to bed without disturbing her Of course I could not go to sleep Tho effects of tho drugging had passed orrI know now I had been drugged for what damnable purposo I could not conjecture no more than I could account for tho other mysterious events of this most remarkable even ing I had ever experiencedleaving mo in a most nervous state If it had been a case of robbery tho mystery would havo been cleared up to my thatna handsome diamond that I wore on my small finger was not missing and also quite a largo amount of money that I happened to have had in my pocket was still there mado It more inexplicable Tho more I tried to un ravel It tho more unfathomable the whole affair became It was a deeply 1 THE FELL FROM TREMBLING I mol from filled laid plot of which I was the victim though for what purpose I could at tribute not tho slightest motive For duys I could think of nothing else I said nothing to my wife about It While I could Justify my actions in the affair to my own mind I was not quito sure I could do so to hers In fact my wife had been in an ox tremely nervous condition for a long time and of late I noticed she had become more depressed than over I do not know what raised tho sus picion in my mind but I took a sudden fancy that my wifes late depres sion was In somo way connected with my mysterious adventure A ques tion sho asked mo completely confirmed this suspicion and filled me with added alarm It was a question relating to an ex perience of my past life of whloh I had never spoken except In tho pres once of the father and daughter the night of my strange visit and through which source I felt sure sho could only gain a possible knowledge of the samo I determined at all hazards to investi gate at least what connection my wife could have in the chain of mystery that was surrounding me An opportunity offered Itself thet very next day I happened to be In Marshall Fields great store doing some purchasing for myself when I spied my wife coming out of one of tho doors leading upon tho main street as I was about to pass out of another I started tonttract her attention when I noticed her signal for a cab This ci lmstance aroused my suspicion as It was an unusual thing for my wife to da I Immediately hailed another and followed her I could not help feeling gitUty In thlsnew role of all our marrietf life as spy upon my wifes ucttimo sot that I suspected her of anything wrong at the time I was t following her more as a protector r and at tho samo time determined to investigate tho diabolical agencies at work to destroy tho happiness of my home and family- I told tho driver to follow my wifes cab and at tho end of its destlnatio to stop about a square behind Ho followed these instructions and aftor a long noisy ride over tho rough cobbles halted abruptly and opened tho cab door for mo to alight I paid him and dismissed tho cab and l I as saw my wifos dross disappear In a doorway down about the mhUlle of tho next square made for that dl rcction My heart gavo a bound as I hui rled up tho stops to tho door I had seen her enter By somo lucky chant it was unlatched and I walked Into tho house Great Heavens Tho sam rich hangings tho divan with its crlm son drapery tho paintings all ro voated themselves In the glare of broad daylight I heard tho murmur of voices somowhcro in tho house and paused to catch tho direction of tho sound I could not seem to make out Every minute was as nn hour I stood In breathless expectation a while longer then passed noiselessly over UK velvet carpet Into tho adjoining room A heavy portlero at tho rear led Into still another and from thence tlu voices proceeded I recognized mj wifos in tho most excited tone I glided closer to tho curtain and dls tinctly heard these words What you havo already told mo I cannot help bellcvo and while I would know more I am afraid Oh I can not not now I Madam some ono interrupts in the unmistakable voice of my even Ings enchantress I am simply abou to present my impression of your husband as ho appears to mo In that astral personality which ho Is most probably unconscious of possessing Thero was a deathllko stillness for a few minutes suddenly broken by mj wifos voice In the most agitated tone accompanied with a low sobbing Oh my God I cannot look It is my husband and yet so strangely dif ferent I could hold back no longer I drew aside the curtain and through tho folding doors which were opened wldo enough for tho purpose passed In I found myself in total darkness There were a few seconds of suspense and thenat first Indistinctly then clearer and clearer out of the dark nessa face appeared finally stand ing in startling bas rolief against a fiery nimbus that surrounded it In tho wldo open staring eyes tho compressed lips and sunken cheeks rec ognized my own phyloguomy S1vlalIt I my wifes name I had ut tered before I was conscious what I had done Thoro was a distinct scream from each woman one of them fell I groped my way in the darkness and found it was my wife I picked her up In my arms and got out of time room and house I know not how I havo a vague memory of hailing a cab and placing my wlfo in It and then driv ing homo All that night she was too ill to move but the next morning she tai recovered enough for mo to report at police headquarters Tho detective to whom I told my story smiled You have been in the hands of a couplo of notorious adventurers ho explained for whoso arrest the au thorities of somo largo cities in this country and abroad are on tho alert Tho woman Is a clairvoyant and pro fissrs to make a spoclaltyof tho set nto of double personality practicing tills humbuggory by tho desperate nn ans you describe by which sho has tn Tjercd a largo clientele In this city Th experiment in your case Is one of tVe most daring The apparition of your face Is a reproduction of a photo praph taken In your aiicnaoless state that evening in their house for which prrposo you were decoyed thoro and drugsrd This by a clever stereoptl cnn effect was used to present the startling revelation of your second personality for yourwlfea benefit who happens to bo a patron of theirs and rot whom tho trick was contrived They were arrested last night FEEDING TUB IlIIWIES Made Trlends by hanging Fat Meat OUt for Thcm In Winter Bird Lore In its notes on winter feeding of wild birds gives a number of methods for such feeding that may be easily employed by any kindly pork son with tho greatest satisfaction At this time of year birds like domestic fowls appreciate fat food Soup bones after they have served their purpose In the kettle may be hung In a tree or elsewhere so that cats may not get at tho feathered visitors Hero the birds will pick away every bit of meat and gristle Suet may be put in the trees this way or the carcass of a fowl and blue Jays nuthatches wood peckers and chlcadees not to mention the English sparrows will vlnlt this luncheon with delight A correspondent writing from Jack sonville Ill guys Ever Blnee I hogan bird study six years ago r have kept a winter bird table and it has been a neverfalling source of pleasure and instruction to me as well as a help to my bird guests during the bad weather We have an acre of ground around our home and fine trees but there are streets on all but tho north side so I choso that side for the bird table as it Is tho most sheltered and at tho same time affords us tho best chance to watch tho birds from the house I began by tying lumps of suet up In small trees near the windows and very soon my guests began to arrive Later I devised a plan for bringing the suet eaters within closer range I fastened a rough stick two or three Inches in diameter to thef window shutters across tho window a little below time mlddlo sash and upon this stick I tied my lump of suet From that tlmo we have had thet pleasure all winter long of watching our bird neighhrrv at their luncheon whllo sitting at our own dining table- I also fastened a wooden tray to the sill into which we put cracked nuts and chopped suet Time most constant visitors were the chickadees and wood peckers then bluejays titmice show birds and J1nthltcbeR with onco In a while a cardinal Of these the clilk adees and downy woodpeckers are the tamest When the spring migrants return we find blackbirds and catbirds patronizingl the suet Almost all tho winter birds are fond and suet No ono need ever a 0tsIJgladsays Last fall I hung a bird food shelf at our south window and early each morn Ing put cracked nuts suet and bird seed on it Several tufted titmice visited It tho first morning In a day or two snowbirds and chickadees came in flocks Whitebreasted nuthatches downy and hairy woodpeckers a white crowned sparrow and a red belliedI woodpecker were constant visitors nilI winter often coming several times day A mocking bird came until th middle of December making In all1 nine kinds of birds These birds allI enjoyed the fresh fat pork I nailed to a nearby tree Won Koynl Red Cross Tho coveted Royal Red Cross ofr England has been conferred upon Mrs Violet Clay as an expression of meritl for her services during and after the terriblo Indian earthquake which recently occurcd at Dharmsala Mrs Clay is MRS VIOLET CLAY the youngest daughter of Sir Henry Nightingale and the wife of Major C 11 Clay of the 7th Gurkha Rifles who was seriously injured during the earthquake while saving the lifo ot his little son ea The Atlonilflc Patti Tho famous Adellna Patti always young deaplto her years first appeared In I860 at tho New York Academy ol Music She was brought forward under tho direction of her kinsman and master Maurice Strakosch in tho tltlo role of Lucl dl Lammermoor She was then only 1C years old but had already learned to niuuugohurvolce u fluteliUo flexible soprano with extraordinary atloneof those raro singers who appear at long Intervals on the musical horizon to revive not only the hopes of man agers but tho enthusiasm of the public This prediction had quick fulfilment After a short Initial engagement in Philadelphia Mlle Patti piloted by Strakosch embarked on a concert tour which ended at New Orleans whence she sailed for London where she may be said to have fairly begun a career which like her art must remain long unique In lyric annals Thereafter for I upward of 40 years she held first place i and during the greater part of that time she was not only a sweeter but a better singer than any other woman In tho world Her name lends a gold en ending to any record of the early days of opera in Americ- aAdulterated DressesII Public attention is being directed I to tho wholesale manner In which the materials that keep us warm during the day and tho blankets which cover UB at night are adulterated The silk dress of the lady of a hundred years ago rustled as sho moved on account of the Kcuulnouess of the fabric now It rustles with 30 per cent of salts of tin used to commercialize It Tho lady of the period in her silk dress is Indeed a sort of woman in armor Epsom salts Instead of being used or medicinal purposes as formerly are now employed it would appear for loading flannel Tho socalled table linen of today is not pure linen such I as delighted the hearts of tho housewives of oldon times but Is made largely of cotton filled with china clay and starch So too collars are often of cotton merely faced with linen In a word nearly every kind of fabric sold is adulterated In somo form or other and tho public in blissful ignor anco of tho truth finding how poorly tho things wear lays tho blame upon the laundryman tho dyer or the cleaner Instead of upon the real cuI prit the manufacturer- It is believed that there is sonic danger of the skin being attacked by disease as a result of tho really poison Otis substances which are set free by the action of perspiration upon the me tallic compounds contained in appar ently Innouent wearing apparel 41 A Old With Kneh Ticket George Adams the manager of tho Crystal Theatre of Denver Is operating his playhouso upon unique lines For some time he has given away souvenirs to all his patrons somo of them ef considerable value He has now stocked a largo storo with about everything that 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and June of our WHY WE DO THIS neat illustrated Foputsr Monthly Family tie will be In the Try Hiil Win It wu make six correct forStatesyour Tortt Al1WaV wo do not want you to cud any money with your letter a like Wb b very Interesting Thla fe not as essy coolest It fa a test ot merit and skill 11 an Interenog large lUustnted ma c OUR POPULAR MONTHLY EJ5riot never less than Jl columns and uaawy over 100 It contains everything pertaining to women ontollet The rybtJKrieinSSJSt7 In upto tact date fashions about American cooking and woman the hOUHhOldlhlnta circulate a In a half middies wtleverything that an wish to increase Its elreulanoa to a mlllloa and are advertising ibis way astified It rahav htonIn name ourwe otheprizerstoqleVeduring this siren ad1lrea tIanlly Do not delay Oat you Ram on out fiat sad wit a prua PRESS PUBLISHING CO Dept U AidinG St Boston Malta = 1 hut t+ tWJ Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MARCH 11 1900 t CLIMBING SKYWARD IS COM i MERCIAL CLUBI I nterest Red lot and New Mem I 1bers Being En ftrolledI 4 I I WORKING FOR GOOD ROADS tIt I t With a rod hot mutual interest and t membership list climbing skyward ttrvlight cf the Oloverport commercial club is beaming out like the star bright renhabitants of Mars in its faroff ariul domain The club was not organized to die and sleep in an unmarked aravo but was welled together for the good of Cloverport Brecsenrldgo county the Stateof Kentucky and our U S A The meeting Tuesday night was fall of business There was a good at tendance and important steps taken The constitution and bylaws part of them were read and passed Copy for a folder to advertise the town was submitted and acted upon The folders will be issued shortly and distributed among the business men to be enclosed in their correspondence Messrs Chas nobler and J A Barry were appointed to get spec i mens of clay that lie about town and send them to a Covington pottery tvhioh desires to locate here I Mr Jno D Babbage was appointed to seeMr RE Hughes secretary of the Lonirtville Commercial Club and arrange with Mr Hughes for a mem ber and speaker of that club to come to town and address the Cloverport Commercial Club and all citizens of the town Mr Babbage was asked to have the speaker to come at an early dateGood roads came in for a lively discussion and the club is determined t have a capable man as road supervi sor of this district The following new members were received C B Skillruan C W y Moorman D H Severs David B helpsThe tutal membership to date is 62 Iho oluD meets every Tuesday in Jhe Bank of Cloverport and every man in town is requested and invited to be present at all of these meetings The weltare of Clqverport is at stake in these meetings and every man should have a say So come come come I A GUARANTEED CURB FOR PILES Itching Blind Bleeding Protruding Pilesr Druggists are authorized to refund money it PAZO OINTMENT falls to cnro In 6 to 14 days 50- cCLASS LEADERSHIP HELD BY TIIREE CAINS Bowleyville Ky March 13Rev- R H Roe has appointed Roy J Cain class leader of tho Bowleyvillb charge This office has been hela first by his grand father then bv Roys father for nearly sixty years A Valuable Agent The glycerine Dr Pierces medicines greatly enhances the medicinal properties which It extracts and holds fn solution much hotter than alco- IhOI would It also possesses medicinal of Its own being a valuable nutritive antiseptic and antl ferment hadds greatly to the efficacy of the Black Cherrybark Golden Seal root Stone root and Queens root contained In Golden Medical Discovery In subduing chronic or lingering coughs bronchial throat and lung affections for all of which these agents are recom mended by standard medical authorities In all cases where there Is a wasting of flesh loss of appetite withweak stomach as In the early stages of consumption there can ho no dout that glycerine acts as a valuable nutritive and aids the Golden Seal roothStono root Queens root and In I theIand bringing about a healthy condition of tho whole system Of course It must not be expected to work miracles It will not cure consumption except in its earlier stages It will cure very severe obstin ate chronic coughs bronchial and laryn goal troubles and chronic sore throat with hoarseness In acute coughs It Is not so effective It Is In the lingering coughs or those of long standing oven when accompanied by bleeding from lungs that it has performed Its most marvelous cures Send for and read tho little book of extracts treating of the properties and uses of tho several med- Icinal roots that enter Into Dr Plerces Golden Medical Discovery and learn why this medicine has such a wide range of Isrrsent free Address Dr R V Fierce Buffalo N Y The Discovery con- tAins no alcohol or harmful habitform lag drug Ingredients all printed on each bottle wrapper In plain English Sick people especially those from diseases of long standing are invite i consult Dr Pierce by letterfrec All respondence Is hold tI sacredly confidential aytj4ress Dr V Pierce Buffalo H Y r Plcrcos Medical Adviser Is scutfree gncelpt of stamps to pay expense of Ing only Send JJl onecent stamps percovered or 31 stamps for cloth Py ALLEGED BOOT LEGGER ARRESTED On Wednesday of last week Deputy U S Marshal Loyal Bennett of Owensboro arrested at this place Lawrence A Whitwortb of Garfield on an indictment sworn out by the U S February grand jury at Louisville The indictment was made out on a charge of selling whisker without license Whttworth was taken to Owensboro Wednesday night and lodged in jail to await his trial March 13 He was working at Mor tons sawmill in the East End and toad been for several days at the time of his arrest Bennett had been in search of him a month Whitworth said to the News tnat he bad no fears of being convicted because nt said he had never sold a drop of whissy in his life The ar rest apparently was not worring him The Indictment on which Whitworth was arrested calls for Ueo Neff aleo and states that the offense was committed in Hardin county Neff was ar rested a month ago I NOT A PATENT MEDICINE Hyomel a Scientific Treatment for Catarrh by Breathing fledlcated Air Ever since Hyomei has been known its tormnla has been given to physi clans druggists and in fact to all intelligent people who could appreci ate the true merit to the combination of healing gums oils and balsams ot which it is compose Many leading physicians endorse Hyomei and prescribe it tor catarrhal troubles In fact quite a few of them use it themselves to break up a cold and prevent pneumonia They regard It as a natural yet eicontiflo way of curing catarrh Breathed through the pocket inhaler that comes with every outfit Hyomoi destroys all catarrhal germs in the air passages to the throat and nosesoothes and heals the irritated mucous mem brane and effectually drives from the system all traces of catarrhal poison No one should confound Hyomei with the patent medicines that are advertis ed as catarrh cures It is as superior to them all as the diamond is more valuable than cheap glass The complete Hyomei outfit consibt ing of a neat pocket inhaler a medi cine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei costs but 1 and extra bottles can be obtained tor CO cents making it the most economical method of curing catarrh as well as the most reliable Short Haynes have sold a great many Hyomei ouifitss and have seen such remarkable results from its use that they sell it under an absolute guarantee that it costs nothing unless it cures From Mr Ball of Missouri Bragadicid Mo March 2J D Babbuge Cia vel port Ky Dear Sir I have many friends and relatives in KentucKY whom I suppose want to hear from mo so I write you I am in southeast Missouri near Arkansas line This Is a tine country for farm- Ing Corn wheat cotton and altalfa are principal products We have a lot cf bull frogs also The richest soil in the world is here Lots of rain this winter but little snow The weather has been warm enough for shirt sleeves performance for last two weeks Lots of water here now but with our fine drainage system it will soon tun oil if rain ever stops pouring down Farmers have don nothing towards spring reps but they can plant in June and then make good crops The people here ate all Kentuckians the country being settled with families from Kentucky and Tennesse I love the people and rocks of old Kentucky but care not to come back yet hut I hope to meet you all again some day Wishing you a prosperous year I am yours respectfully J C Ball Young Boy Shoots Himself Hardinsbnrg Ky March ISTile eight year old son of O P Fenn shot himself in the foot with a 22 rifle on Tuesday morning of last wees The wound is about well now The soothing preyElys Liquid Cream Balm used in an atomizer is an unspeakable relief to sufferers from Catarrh Some of them describe it as a Godsend and no wonder The thick foul discharge is dislodged and the patient breathes freely perhaps for the first time in weeks Liquid Cream Balm contains all the healing purifying elements of the solid form and it never fails to cure Sold by all druggists for 75 including spraying tube or mailed by Ely Bres GO Warren Street New York SELF OLEAOTNO NEST indicated in tho cut The box will rest firmly against tho wall and can be pro vided with nesting material When this Is soiled and broken the box can be raised to tho position shown in the cut when all the material In the nests wilt fall to the goo leaving the bo- xeleanNew England Homestead r 7 rIw i MUCH SENTIMENT FOR WAREHOUSE The sentiment seems to be general in the counties composing the Green River District Tobacco Growers as sociation in favor of establishing u warehouse for the purpose of handling the pooled tobacco It is thought that in the event it is decided to organize a warehouse company that the head quarters will be established in Owens boro and the warehouse erected here Prominent members of the American Society of Equity have received assur ances that in the eveut stock in the warehouse company is put on the market every share will be taken up There seems to be little doubt that the tobacco growers would realize a treat deal more out of their crops if they handled them through a warehouse controlled by the A S ot E The warehouse plan is favored by the national officers of the A S ot E and it is understood that they have never been in favor of the tobacco being handled by companies outside of the district READ THIS Louisville Ky June 131001 Dr E W Hall at LOUIS Mo Dear Sir I have suffered three years from kidney and bladder troubles and YonderHallscan cheerfully recommend it respectfullyJ st A TEXAS WONDER- One small bottle of the Texa Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles rt moves gravel cures diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregulartios of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of fl- One small bottle is two months tieat ment and seldom toile to perfecta curoD E W Hall Sole Manufac turer P O Box 629 St Louts Mo Send ror testimonials Sold by all druggists Loves Kentucky Euclid Pa March 12 Mr J D Babbaize Editor News Cloveroorr Ky Dear SirA sample copy ot the News reached me safely on Saturday March 8 and was read with much delight I must have the News It taKes me back to my old Kentucky home a home where if one was raised and lived for many years after leaving cannot help in their solitary moment but sing one song and drop to tears for the old Kentucky home for the old Kentucky homo far away Mr Tinker reminds me frequently in n joke that I should be very grateful to him for removing me from n land of moonshine whisky homespun to bacco cjrn bread bozzanla and Dem ocrats I remind nim just as often in the same joking way that Kentucky coin bread is white instead of yellow- I have taken particular notice that Pennsylvania men are extremely fond ot Kentucky apple jacK and homespun tobacco That Kentucky Democrats van take care of themselves and that I do not fail to find buzzards where ever I goNow laying all jokes aside I am in love with Pennsylvania and like the people just fine but that does not lessen my love for old Kentucky So enclosed please find 1 to pay my sub scrIptIon for one yearand tor the Farm Journal till 1010 as advertised RespectfullyLaura Formerly Laura Elder of Mooleyville Always Keeps Chamberlain Cough Remedy- in Ills louse We would not be wlthont Cnam berlaina Cough Remedy It is kept on band continually in our home says W W Kearneyeditor of the Independ entLowry City Mo That is just what every family should do Wnen kept at hand ready for Instant use a cold may be chocked at the outset and cured in mucn less time systoAThisbecome settled in the tomedy is also without a peer f 11 croup in children and will prevent the attack when given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the croupy cough appears which can only be done when the remedy is kept at hand For sale by Short Haynes Cloverport Will Initiate Fifteen Hardmaburg Ky March 13 West ern Star Chapter No 20 will initiate about fifteen candidates into the mys teries of their orderon Friday March 16 next Many Masons from a distance will attend and a banquet will be given Music will be a feature of the occasion HAS STOOD TUB TEST 23 YEARS The old original GROVES Tasteless Chill Tonic You know what you are taking It Is Iron and quinine In u tasteless form No cure no pay Soc A fool never takes time to think before acting MfegejablePreparalionTorAs slmilaUng IhcFoodandRcgula ling iheStoinachs andBowels or IN AN IS HILDKLNi Promotes DigeationXheerfur ness andRestContains neither Opium rorpl1ine nor Iinera WOT NARC OTIC aRoCofGttrsdl t RJee 1tW1 tipalionWormsConvulsionsFeverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP OJ Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK LEXACT v07 wRAEPrPI j II TIER OCNTAUn tOMMNT NtW TOMB down pains are symptom of the most serious trouble which can attack woman viz failing of the womb With this generally come Irregular painful scanty or profuse periods wasteful weaken ing drains dreadful backache headache nervousness dizziness irri tability tired feeling Inability to walk loss of appetite color and beauty The cure I WINE OF CASTORIAFor The Kind You Nave Always Bought Bears the Signature In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASIORIA DRAGGING CARDUI I Womans Relief that marvelous curative extract or natural essence of herbs which organsCardululates the muscles to pull the womb up into place It is safe and permanent cure for all female complaints WRITE US A LETTER in strictest confidence telling us all your troubles We will send free ad vice In plain sealed envelope Ad dress Ladles Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chatta nooga Tenn SUFFERED ryrrrrrrrrtvr rrcrrrrrr rrrrrrKrrrrrrrrrr rI THE BUSY MANS LINEy ix BETWEEN t Louisville Evansville Louis- EE and Southwest IS VIA Louisville Henderson and St Louis Railway t HENDERSON ROUTE PULLMAN SLEEPERS RECLINING CHAIR CARS rthirdSpecial Tourist Rates Colorado Texas and New Mexico Jsale daily April return May Secondclass Colonist Rates Southwest Tickets sale first and third Tuesdays February and March 1906 rdailyASK US FOR RATES GALLAGHER 1- i Traveling Passenger Agent General Passenger s- AAAAAA AiCAAA AAA AkStA7lRitAA7ARkAk IAhAAAkk1 Detth rate New York and Chicago During November and December 1003 fifth the deaths New York and Chicago were pneu monia Foleys Honey and Tar not only stops the cough but heals and strengethens the lungs and prevents pneumonia so not take chances a cold wearing away when Foleys Honey and Tar will cure you quickly and prevent serious results Fisher A great many people think evil of their fellowcreators because they do not see some things in the same light- S r 4 r 1 I of 9 a a a AWFUL PAIN In womb and ovaries writes Mrs Naomi Bake of Webster GrovesMo and menses were very painful and Irregular taking CarduiI feel like a woman and do not suffer as I It 0 St I t FREE s Ji S to Mexico on until 30th Limit to 31 1906 1 to on It of Y K t= K J H L J IRWIN Agent I i+t4AGStA in one of in from on A R CITY UI my my Since new did Krt f AR do Miss Edna Bates who has been as- sIstant cashier of the Hawesville Bank for the past year has severed her con nection with the place Mr Elmer Quisenborry of Lyonla a former well Known merchant will succeed to the position entering upon the duties next MondayClarionDont pleasant If you are suffering from Indigestion or sour stomach taKe Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Hon Jake Moore of Atlanta Ga says I suffered more than 20 years with indigestion A friend recommended Kodol It relieved me in one day and I now enjoy better heath than for many years Kodol digests what you eat relieves sour stomach gas on stomach belching ect Sold by all druggists L PROFESSIONAL CARDS StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothesii All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high madeCyanteed Moderate prices Ex pert tailors employed JII HUNSCIIE Casper May S Co Cannelton Ind V G BABBAGE AttorneyatLawPUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience In settling estates All collections reas onableCloverport Kentucky H DeN MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDJNSBURQ KY theCourtscollectingroad CourtsOfllce LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET CoeI- NCOaPOnArzn Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans vine- Steamers Tarascon Tell City Leave Louisville Monday Wednes day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m Through freight rates and passenger tickets to Cincinnati Freight shipments delivered quicker than by rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 175 Clovorport to Evansville 178 Cloverport to Owensboro 75 Splendid accommodations for stock General Office 154150 i53 4th st Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS 6 F and P A GEOH WILSON Suet Sour StomachNo nervattF ness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodol cures Indigestion This new dlscev ery represents the natural Juices of dleltlon as they exist In a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tat and reconstructive properties Kodol Dye pepsia Cure does not only cure Indlgestloa and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach Mr S S Bill of RiTenjwood W Va uyar I was troubled with sour stomach for twenty you Kodol cured me and wa are now uslnr It In l for babY Kodol Digests What You Eat Bottles only SI001 Size holding 2M times the M4- sUo which Mils for 50 cent Prepared by B 0 OeWITT rk CO OHIOAMk Sold by all Druggists Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar MORE CHEAP RATES TO TEXASArk- ansas and the Southwest Oneway tickets at half fare plus 2 Round trip tickets at less than one way fare From Meuiphio Cairo or St Louis via Cotton Belt Route March 6 and 20 Stopovers both ways and 21 days re turn limit on round trip tickets Write for map folder nnd pick your date and say when and where you want to go and we wll give you full information by return mail LCBARRYTPACOTTON BELT ROUTE 82 Todd Bldg Louisville Ky Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public 1 can sinvoy your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble and cost Your Patronage Solicited I Address me at Hardinsburg Ky rl KILLINcn pyomislnflperidAY beirthat pasture The to BtaJFblvorous insect and rhViul If tho pasture Is kept t cattlo It is believed that If riiasturo on a farm is always kept of cattle over what might bo jfyed the life period of tho tick it I furnish perfectly safo pasturage I uninfected animals In case feverf dts out in the rest of tho herd 1 4AgriwareI the matter cannot he or at least Is always dealt with satisfactorily Itato officials But In cases where i Department Is officially invited to 3 Into a State and take charge of I f ling it up It is quite ready to do Tentative arrangements have al Br been made for this work with authorities in some States and It 01 3lleved that it will be quite pos tb to stamp out tho fever and al the free interstate transportation U INFECTED WITH TEXAS I ttlo which Is now prohibited Tho g In money and the convenience tippers of this arrangement can rbo understood Introduce Cattle from India Ho this quarantine and extirpa vork is going on similar experl on different lines directed to I wayIToxiu ranges specimens of the a sacred cattle and it has been thefavorthe skin that is repugnant to the rAt any rate they will not liar Ioparasite The haltbloods and animals containing but onesix Indian blood have been Immune and they make just as WJCf cattle as can be found ir6 aro very stringent laws fe tho importation of foreign Into this country without thor quarantineoroft so far away as India without al provisions for its examination pS Borden of Pierce Tex has tQd however with the Agrlcul Department to snake a large 1m Ion of the immune Indian cat iS line already left for British to pick them out The Depart of Agriculture will send a spe JLrlnary after him and the first Snt of about 100 head will bo gcl before they aro shipped and arantlned on one of the small off the gulf coast till it is de jT thore is no of Into this country somo bovino affliction even worso Texas fever ho animals have been thorproven they will bo introduced tho Texas herds and It is E r W DICKS FEVER = 111 produce a fever resisting nat will bo a valuable acqulsl VsVlTto the cattle men of r the South west These two experiments of Uncle Sams farm department hold out a promise of very great Importance to the livestock Industry and consequently to all meat consumers The Manure Pit Whero Is the wise farmer who would sell to his neighbor a load of his finest corn or a load of some green crop for a dollar bill Yet there aro thousands of agriculturists all over the country who are doing practically this very thing when they dispose of their barnyard manure for load Others aro wasting the most valuable constitu ents of the manure they save The manure produced on the farm Is Its most valuable asset There are In the United States In round numbers 17000000 horses 61 000000 cattle 47000000 hogs and 45 000000 sheep Experiments have shown if these animals were kept in stalls or pens throughout tho year and the manure both liquid and solid carefully saved the approximate value of the manure produced by each horso I t CATTLE FEVER i a 3 fipart 1 a I annually would bo 27 by each head of cattlo 19 by each hog 12 and by each sheep 2 Tho fertilizing value of all tho manuro produced would therefore be for horses 459000000 cattle 1159000 hogs 504000000 and sheep 90000000 or a total of 2272000000 Those estimates are based on the values assigned to phosphoric acid potash and nitrogen in commercial fertilizers and aro possibly some what too high from a practical stand point On the other hand no account is here taken of the value of manure for improving tho mechanical condi tion and drainage of soils which is almost as Important a consideration as Its direct fertilizing value It is generally conceded that at least one third of the value of manure is lost by present wasteful management or a total loss to tho country of over 750000000 Return Full Value to the If a farmer desires to SoUIproductiveness of his land sential that the amount of potash phosphoric acid and nitrogen removed through the selling of meat milk grain hay fruits vegetables etc should ho restored through an intel- lIgent conservation of the barnyard manureIt to be a hard matter to Induce the average farmer to abandon the timo honored practice of piling OWN ON WELL MATURED LAND TYPICAL CROP WHERE MANURE IS WASTED that danger aging glthan hoped that usually manuro In tho open air exposing It to byhottional scientific methods lie also hesi tates to incur tho necessary expense of building suitable receptacles for the storage of manure frequently assum ing that this expense Is greater than it really is Manure Is considered a waste and It Is hard for him to put NLY DAY etthhetan n IthfiTnleaxpctontudv1euninrrtlpsaatvrttomvrrerhntrcctlrrvn ErnBWdentmale orfmlr aUDlorJ and onoye abuuttnduff nttocvltasofthoPia Suit spotswbIciopeartnddt eIQOpoJ ealilvelyncb ar1 Teleeenno Will 1110101 fnr prlrn tJttnre Tessbyooenft lepretmanhpt nrof Fron m nnra Ied 15Iuhe and open 010 teeonceThavamllrann d nroo telyCaa0i eehenStodelude 1 srr eovrornennthecamtrvortsolderesnrtehoullcertainlyon bomtbntt nun OMeeh mile awavar hmllnbr to reurecotthnelnrtmmen4tandnnwtuannlhlnlr rr ityoudealroTelacoptbymalladd1Ocent postagd WMto IntereStiDIr Booklet entitled dce tho new idea that tho should bo as carefully pro Itved from unnecessary loss as should any other farm product after IJ ho has for twenty years stored the farmyard manuro under tho eaves upon tho slopo which forms ono border of tho running brook- Experiments made by Various Gov ernment experiment stations show that the construction of sheds or covered yards for tho protection of manure IsI well worth while The manure from the horso and cattle stables and the sheep and calf pens should be spread r THE WASTE OF out evenly over theso yards covered with coarse litter and tho whole kept firmly packed by allowing animals to run over it thus preventing Injurious All the Fertility A moro elaborate and expensive stylo of covered yard a plan for which Is furnished by the Department of Agriculture provides not only for the required protection of both animals and manure but also affords an excellent grain chamber where feed can bo stored for convenientuse Under the side roofs Is also afforded a chance for tho storing of small tools and a great variety of articles that aro con tinually in the way when lying about the farm buildings It also provides splendid protection to animals when housed at night during the summer this roof protecting them from heavy showers In tho night and affording good chanco for exorcise In tho winter as all the sides except that toward the south can be protected against cold winds through temporary boarding Many stables are so situated that by adding a cheap leanto a manure pit is easily produced The out side boarding of the leanto should be for a part of tho way at least put horizontally and hung in the form of flat doors so that the manure can be easily loaded on a wagon standing on the outsldo of tho building A great number of farmers who have adopted manuro sheds and covered A CONVENIENT relsultsto the fact that these structures have generally been loosely put together allowing a free circulation of air which has dried out the manure On this account barn cellars so common i In Now England possess decided ad vantages as receptacles for manure Tho common practice of allowing swine to work over tho manure In these cellars is a wise one since it mixes tho manure and keeps it well packed and moist In fact if theso cellars are provided with impervious attains to hold the liquid manure this system of storage Is probably tho most perfect practiced Manure the Best Fertilizer Barnyard manuro Is tho most ef festive means at the disposal of tho average farmer to permanently Im prove his soil No other fertilizer pos sesses to so great a degree the power of restoring worn out soils to produc tiveness and giving them lasting fer tility It provides actual fertilizing constituents It Improves tho physical properties of the soil Increasing tho amount of humus which Is generally deficient In worn soils bettering Its texture and Increasing its waterab sorbing and waterholding power Experiments have shown that tho Influ once of manure may be perceptible tho soil and must bo returned to It If productiveness is to be maintained In many cases It has been demon strated that tho valuo of tho manure obtained In cattlo feeding represents largely If not entirely tho profit of feeding Thero aro sound scientific reasons for tho high esteem In which farm manure is held It contains all the fertilizing elements required by plants In quickly available forms that Insuro plentiful crops and permanent fertility It supplies nitrogen phos phone acid and potash and it also ren ders tho storedup materials of tho soil moro available makes it moro fri ablo and warmer and enables it to retain moro molsturoI BARNYARD Rattlesnake Den Wo were lumbering in central Penn sylvania during tho summer of 1870 our portable steam mill standing in a plec6 of woodland near a small stream and within a short half mile of a rocky lledge known as Rattle snake Den- During tho hot days rattlers were constantly met and Harry who drovo the dally stago through tho Nar rows had won quite a local reputa lion from having killed moro than a score sinco the melting of tho snows The pretty young wife of our en gineer had charge of the boarding house and after tho noon meal was served the dishes cleared away and the house put In order she was ac customed to bring her sewing into the shade near our Planer which was the cleanest and coolest part of tho mill and sit for an hour or two before com mencing the preparation of the sup perShe was a sweet attractive sight that hot afternoon of which I speak her beautiful arms and neck rival ling the whiteness of her simple frock the only female In our camp of rough brawny men but ono whom any of us would havo defended from all harm at any riskI 1Somo of tho men wero rolling up the logs on the skid somo sawing them Into boards others carrying the boards to tho yard while my partner Manuel Motz was personally tending to tho moro skillful work at tho planer in COVERED BARNYARD front of which and facing it May sat I was just then acting as engineer and fireman and as I happened to look in their direction to my horror saw an immense rattler coiled within a foot or less of Mays back his body swaying to and fro and his angry eyes shining like nparks of fire I was lit erally paralyzed with terror for though but twenty feet away It seemed as if the blow would be struck be foro I could take oven the first step Motz must have seen the snake at tho same moment for I heard his voice clear and sharp abovo tho roar of all tho machinery May theres a rattlesnake that will strike If you move sit perfectly still As ho spoke ho grabbed from a beam tho bull whip which we used for our ox team and with tho slightest movement of his powerful wrist snapped It at tho rep tile as If striking at a fly I remem ber I thought what a fool action that was why didnt ho dash forward and at least attract its attention I But I looked again and tho body lay quiv ering and twisting but with a broken neck Pretty closo call May ho said cheerily but its easy when you know tho trick May had been perfectly cool and obedient till the danger was past and then womanlike sho quietly swooned away and for a day or two wo did our cooking are now running a mile in less than half a minute and two 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theFJCounty Unit Bill fl mofm1 J 1 1first four classes must tote as1 1 Jft units on local option questions jjj rglmade separate units 11- II If a county votes dry no pre mcinct In that county can be wet k On the other hand if a county I votes wet any precinct In that m W r county which previous to the fy- H i election was dry shall remain tdryv ft- vji The same rule applies as wellr cities of the first tour classestjto MMl local option The temperance i M element claims that under the A 11bill passed yesterday twenty JfJ JK seven mor will be added to their fc column and that they have a M great chance to carry other units z li Frankfort Ky March 8Idont give a damn what you do J roared Lieut Gov Thorne standing at tseat and shaking his gavel defiantly a Senator Henry George and the entir- local option sentiment of the State to dayThe uproar which had followed a ruling by President Thorne with re ference to the Local Option Bill which came over from the House iminediat ly became pandemonium Senator Georgo stood directly i front of President Thorne and sboo his fist hack at the Lieutenant Gover nor while an appeal trom the decision of the chair was being prepared Local option legislation lay in the balance Members of the Senate who were friends of the Linntetunt Govero- crowded around him advertieing mod eration Members of the House and hangerson in the lobby flocked through the doors of the Senate chamber Friends of the Local Uptiun Bill stood on the floor demanding te cotrnition and breathing defiance at Lieut Gov Thome and the wiloon element in the upper branch ot the LegislatureThou Thorne apologized iI and the Local Option Bill as mendedII in the House exempting down fourth class cities pursed by a vote of 31 to 8 Not suuh another session of the Legislature him beon held this yearas was the ono this morning h was tense in the House sensational in the Senate Spirit of Compromise The fight in the House amounted only to a little scrimmage when all is told The spirit of compromise was in the air and almost the entire body breathed it in Tne gage was thrown down when Judge M M Rwlwine declared for the committee substitute for the China substitute wlliuh came from the Ask Your OwnDoctor If he tells you to take Ayers Cherry Pectoral for your severe cough or bronchial trouble then take it If he has anything better then take that We have great confidence in this medicine So will you when you once know it- II The best kind of a testimonial 1 Sold for over nbcty years w I Ayor Co Lowell 1Vi33- SSARSAPARILLA OQiom of i AMado 2 TPs PILLS IIAIRYIQOR We hxro na eOLrrh We pnbli i the formulas of all our medicines Ceop the bowels open with one of Ayors Pills at bedtime Just ono w SKIN ERUPTIONS I fOR 5 YEARS Suffered Severely With Eczema All Over BodyExamined 15 Times by Government Board Who Said There Was No CureAn Old Soldier Completely Cured A THOUSAND THANKS TO CUTICURA REMEDIES e For over thirtyfive years I was a severe sufferer from eczema The eruption was not confined to any ono place It was all over my body limbs and even on my head I am sixty years old and an old soldier and havo been examined by the Government Board over fifteen times and they said there was no cure for me I have taken all kinds of medicine and havo doctorslwithoutdecided to try the Cuticura Remedies and after using two cakes of Cuticura Soap two boxes of Cuticura Ointment and two bottles of Cuticura Resolvent two treatments in all I nm now well and completely cured A thousand thanks to CuticuraI I cannot speak too highly of the Cuticura Remedies John T Roach Richmondale ROM Co Ohio July 17 1905 100000 MOTHERS DallyTell Other Mothers That Cuticura Soap is the best baby soap in the world for cleansing and purifying the skin and that Cuticura Ointment is of priceless value for soothing and healing itching tortur ing and disfiguring eruptions A single application of Cuticura Ointment pre 1ceded by a warm bath with O11t curl Soap gives instant relief and refreshing sleep for skintortured babies and rest for tired mothers Bathe the af fected parts with hot water and Cuti cura Soap to cleanse the surface of crusts and scales and soften the thick ened cuticle dry without hard rub bing and apply Cuticura Ointment freely to allay itching and inflammation and soothe and heal Cancun Sop Ointment and Fill ire toldthnraghoat the world Patter Drug Chtm Corp aoIPropMtlot0p arMailed ImII flow to Cure Lortll1D humo- rSedate That exempted down to fifth thetcitieseAn abortive attempt was made tJ sub sht ute the original Cammack will but the friends of local option had no hopes for the measure and the enemies felt no fear of it This as a matter of fact was the attempt of tne Ke publican members In the House to Ren shotskthe vote was taken Hud the Republi can substitute list Then the decks wets cltured for the real action by a decision viva voce vote in favor of the committee aiuendireut Lerreras de feat was not more decisive than was that of the saloon element who shod Theyrwere ttired by a vote of 70 to 22 On the first roll call E Barry W 1 Cain and M F Campbell did not vote They lined up witu those in favor ot the bill on the cull of absentees John Barr Ed Croan and H M McUaity changed their votes from nay to yea and the final count shoned the votes as followsYeasBnrr Barrj1 Beard Becker Blair Bourne Cain Campbell Clarke Clay Claybrooke Cochran Cole H K Cole W H UQX Croan Dawson Donny Enlow Freeman Uubbard Gates Gooch Gorham Griffith Grigsbv Gullion Halbert Hamilton Ramon Hannah Hopper Jackson Jones Liteey MicCnrty Miller H C Miller R W Mitchell Morris V W Morris J S Mnlcahy Nail Osborne Ray Redwine Rohm tson Rose Royalty Scott Shellman Slaton Slattery Smith Soutball Stevens J A Stewart Stone Terry Tompson Thornton White Wicker C S Wilson J T Wilson Munnell Wilt Woodford Wright Young70 Nays Alverson Arnett Baxter Best Bosworth Chinpman Diskin Drewry Frazier Grifin Johnson Klair McKnight McLean Mueller Overstrest Pavnter Russell Simmons Stevens H L Weitkamp Weldon 22 Immediately Judge Rcdwino moved that a committee be appointed to carry the bill as amended over to the Senate Representative Redwine Enlow and Grigsby to report the bill to the upper house Senator Porter had the floor but yielded to the House Com mitteeaIn a spirit of compromise the House has paced the Cninu substitute with an amendment said Judge Redwine addressing the Lieutenant Governor and in the same spirit it asks that the Senate concur in that amendment Had to Sec Him Senator Lammacs addressed nimself totho chair half a doren times before he could get the Presidents notice No one had the floor but ho no one was addressing himselt to the chair but he Finally President Thorne hit tfie desk a vicious crack andliThe Sena tor from Owen I move that the Senate concur in the House amendments came from Senator Cammack Under Rule 5 I move that this bllr be recommitted to the Committee on Rules called Senator Onarlton It requires a twothirds vote to navoth Senate to consider this bill at this timeSenator George made the point that a majority of the Senate could concur or send the bill to a committee and on tho other side the point was made that the bill from the House was out of the regular order and a twothirds majority was necessary to take it up The disposition was to remand it to the orders of the day Senator Oamniaok was attain on bu feet protesting his is not a new bill het exclaimed This is a senate bill which wentto the Houseand came back again Under those conditions when a motion ia made to concur ao tion is taken immediately The rules do not say it shall go to any com mittee It is a privileged motion and must be acted upon at onoe I insist that this bill bo put before the Senate for concurrence Such highhanded methods have never been resorted to on any other measure This bill has pass ed the House by practically a unanI- mous vote You cant afford not to take action now Let the Senate say whether it will concur Saw a Crisis II We have reached a crisis in thellife of this bill and the future of this State exclaimed Senator Campbell of McCraoken The question is whether this Committee Ion Rules shall bind its fingers about the throats of the people and thwart the legisla tion of the entire State This in a privilege question The course the bills enemies propose for it is no right or fair or within the spirit of the rule The question is whether the majority shall rnle It is a time when tho tine and the false shall show themselves when it shall he determined whether a majority of this Senate is t knuckle to a halfdozen men who are ample members of this body China to Rescue J I Dont throttle this measure ex claimed Senator Chinn hurrying out to the center of the floor Lets face the music The House amendment to the Chinn substitute is a fair com promise Give the people what they want be insisted 1 1 want to ask the Senator from Mercer why he has changed his mind interrupted Senator MoNutt I have not changed my mind re sponded Senator Chinn with vehe menceI have always heen for local op tion I am still for local option but I want a law that can pass and this one will pass- I Know you sro a fair man said Senator Chinn turning to President Thome Give this bill a chance Ring the bell and call them to the post ho concluded with a wive of his hand After a few preliminary remarks in which President Thorne spore of tne fairness of his inlings he ruled that the hill was out of the regular order and twothirds vote was necessary to get it before the Senate Then I appeal from the decision of the chair yelled Senator George and a howl went up Leaped From Seats iSenators jumped from their seats and hurried hither and thither Presi dent Thorne stood at his seathis face white with anger pounding his table until the whole chamber reverberated with the blows Prepare your appeal he thunder edIn the face of the outraged feelings of the looal option people the Committee on Rules to their nerve They got themselves together and agreed that the situation must be relieved Senator Hickman Senator MoNntt and other friends of the Lieutenant Governor hurried to his desk and held short sharp conversation The friends of the measure saw the sky clearing and the hubbub subsided Do I understand that we are now to vote on a concurrence asked Sen ator George rising innocently in his seat That was the firebrand President Thorne leaped to his feet- I dont want the Senator from Graves to cast any insinuations on my rulings he yelled The chair will rule when it gets ready and tho way it pleases The chairs ruling stands until the question is changed snaking his gravel threateningly at Senator George The Senator from Graves appealed from the dioislon of the chair re sponded Senator George shaking his fist with equal vehemence and that appeal is now being prepared Then It Came Out I dont give a damn what you delII yelled the thoroughly aroused Lieuten ant Governor standing and alternately pounding the desk and shaking the gravel at the Gravoa Senator The Senator from Graves does not care to cast any insinuations at the chair responded Senator George He Is simply having an appeal from the chair prepared All right then replied Mr Thorne but I wont allow any man to question my motives in ruling- It is to the clear headed judgement of the chair that I address myself interrupted Senator Campbell- I cant change my ruling because some one has asked me toV decared Mr Thornelilt the occasion for the ruling is withdrawn thai a different I withdraw my motion to recom mit to the Committee on Rules inter posed Senator Charlton On Troubled Waters Then the oilpouring began The chair wants to mako an explanation said President Thorne I Mayo ai ways tried to be fair to every member This is the first attempt ever made to appeal from my decision I am a little jealous of my record for fairness and I might have said something I should not have said I dont want any one to think I was mad I thins it takes more oackbone for a man to acknowledge ho was wrong than to stand the fight This removed every cloud and the Senate was put in a good humor againI will recognize the Senator from Owen or the Senator from HcOracken As the Senator trom Owen is the originator of this billI yield to him responded Senator Campbell Senator Cammiick moved that the Senate concur in the action of the House on Senate Bill No 100 The amenament was concurred in and Sen ator McNutt moved its adoption The point was made that the session had been extended until the matter movedSenators you are now voting on this question the man in the big town can get all the whisky ne wants and the man in a little town like urine cant get a drop explained the president officer Senator Alltmwno cast the first vote for the bill explained that it was indicated to him that a majority of the Senators wanted the amended bill so he voted vea Senator Phelps expla fined that he had promised to support the fifthclass cities lint he had been released trom that promise and he voted yea Sen ator DeHaven voted nay because he thought the bill unconstitutional Senator Spencer voted against the bill because he did not favor such legisla tion Later Senator Charlton who voted against the bill asked to have his vote recorded yea Any more Senators want to get In to the band wagqnV cased Pestdent Tborne Senator DeHaven got aboard and the vote as finally recorded show ed only three votes against the mea sure Senator Harbeson MoNntt und SpenceGeorge and Charlton Mad The storm broke again as soon as the Senators got together in the after noon but from a different directIOn- It was an effort to question the right of the Committee on Rules to perform made by Senator Qleore As a result of that effort Senator George and Senator Charlton indulged in ctimlna tion and recrimination and left it that Nay each charging the other with false statements in the most impass ioned manner Senator George wanted to get his bill placing exoress companies under the Railroad Commission before the f CLOTHING K lino Mens Suits Undj fNico 1 y ft Trousers and Boys Suits siJ j f1dlIensQ1Iens Trousers from tt j 150 to 350 L rl mtrit trialtW I I I Dry Wo haveGoodsii j now Spring the latest patterns in Dress M 5 porythingIB- JII GROCERIESliybuyingGrocerles ffl- ii ycalvedIt yI bu had Lowest pri- cesDowell vj Bros i m mGustol Ky j m HER PHYSICIANS DESPAIRED tP- II ADVISED CHANGE OF CLIMATE Peruna Used as a Last Resort Cured Her of a Severe Attack of Catarrh of the Lungs I The Sensational Cure of Mrs I I Caldwell Is the Talk of tier I Acquaintances I Mrs Ida Caldwell 600 Pearl street Sioux City In VicePresident Order of Washington writes- I suffered with catarrh of the res piratory organs oil and on for the last three years until I thought It was chronic My chest and lungs were Ir ritated and I had to use the greatest care not to oxposo myself to chilly air or dampness as it increased my troubles My physician advised me to try a change of climate but I was unable to leave my family Rending of the won derful cures performed by Peruna I bought a bottle satlsfactlontllatthem all which cured me I was re lieved within three days and after two months and a half the Irritation was gone my lungs perfectly healed and my II health restoredIda Caldwell Senate and charged that Senator Cbarl ton had refused to call out Senator Charlton replied by declaring that Sen ator George had requested that action on the bill delayed The Louis- Ville Senator declared any insinuation that he was influenced in not calling ont the bill was false and the Senator from Wingo answered by saying that any statements referring to him were untrue and black an death Each of the Senators was red with heat end threw the Senate into the greatest confusion It looked for a time like the two Senatois might go after each other but the resolution was re ferred to the Committee on Rules and further trouble was averted Magistrate T M Eatesof Matting MattI ject of good roads and as a magistrate has a vote to cast in favor of them He likes the way the Commer cial Club has taken up the matter and be for one farmersaya he appreciates the Clubs efforts i n so great a movement which Is ot vital importance to all Thousands of women owe their lira to Peruna Hundreds of thousands owe their health to Peruna Hundreds thousands are praising Poruna In every state of the Union We have many thousands of letters from grateful women with permission to use them In pnbllo print which caa never bo used for want of space Catarrh would not be such a cunt In this countryJf the people thoroughly understand Its nature It must be treated at once to prevent Itfrom male Ing Inroads upon vital organs If you suffer from catarrh buy Pe Tuna today for a day gained on the enemy catarrh means a day nearer i recovery Wo have on file many thousand testi monials like the one given here We can only give our readers a slight glimpse of the vast array of unsolicited endorse meats we are receiving No othor phy sician in tho world has received such a volume of enthusiastic letters of thanka as Dr Hartman for PerunI NEW BETHEL I Frank Miller of Holt was here Fri day and Saturday Mrs Silas Hawkins is not much better at this writing Paul HendrIck was the guest of Miss Nannie Jordon Sunday Rev John Wiuchflll will preach for us here every first Sunday- A L Neff opr local merchant was in Stephensport Saturday Andrew Gilbert was the guest of Miss Ruth Maysey neat Stephensport Sunday Boyle Hawkins was the guest of Misses Ruth and Helen Mayeey last Sunday All the old bacheloia seem to like Cloverport since they want togemarried Jr Mrs Harmon BlaIne near Stephens port was here Tbursdayt5see herr mother Mrs SIlas Hawkins Mrs Fred Hawkins was in Clover parentsMrTuckerSunflower I W Charlie Wilkes J Will make the season of 1906 at our stable in Guston Ky 1 and will servo mares at 8 to insure a colt to standup and suck money due as soon as that fact is ascertained Mare 1 andcolt held for the season Care will be taken to avoid accidents but no responsibility should any occur 1 Black Billie Will make the season of 1906 at our stable in Guston Ky andwill serve mares at 7 to insure a colt to standup and suck money due as soon as that fact is ascertained Mare and colt held for the season Care will be taken to avoid accidents but no responsibility should any occur Dowell 6v Hunger1 r TTo Cure a Cold in One Day6TwCrip Days 1 Taka Laxative Rromo Quinine r il A PN Z on evenJ Seven M11Io bares soW to past 13 months Tfcis signature tt 9 C bcx 2 e